Farrow & Ball and Dorset Magazine Readers Event at Deans Court

Join us at Deans Court for a Colour Day

Join us at Deans Court for a Colour Day - Credit: Archant

Join us for a Colour in the Home day in association with Farrow & Ball. Dorset Magazine and paint and wallpaper specialist Farrow & Ball have teamed up to invite readers to an exclusive event on Thursday 5th March at the idyllic and historic Deans Court, near Wimborne Minster.

Starting with an inspirational colour talk by Farrow & Ball’s international Colour Consultant, Joa Studholme, who will introduce the company’s paint and wallpaper collections and illustrate simple ways to create individual looks both inside and outside of the home. The day will also feature a painting workshop, a tour of the house and gardens (weather permitting) as well as a delicious two-course buffet lunch and refreshments served throughout the day.

Guests wishing to stay overnight will receive a 20 per cent discount on the beautiful Deans Court Apple & Plum Cottages. Don’t forget to visit The Squash Court, the Deans Court vintage homeware store and kitchen garden café. There’s 20 per cent off all goods purchased that day.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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Colour in the Home Event

• When: Thursday 5th March 10am – 4pm

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• Where: Deans Court, Wimborne Minster, Dorset, BH21 1EE

• Cost: £50 per person, including refreshments and a two-course buffet lunch

How to Book

To reserve your place, please email jonathan@deanscourt.org with your name, phone number and the number of tickets you require. For more details about Farrow & Ball and its striking range of paint colours and wallpapers, visit farrow-ball.com and to find out more about Deans Court, visit deanscourt.org

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