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Gifts lay ready for unwrapping in Toledo Geller’s design in Paramus, NJ. Photography by Jacob Snavely. 

’s second annual Windows by Design initiative kicked off in December, introducing one-of-a-kind window displays to  showrooms across the country. With the help of local designers in all 16 of the paint and wall covering brand’s locations, each window features a vignette that showcases the warmth, love, and charity of the holiday season. Along with supplying the wallpaper and paint colors that adorn the displays, Farrow & Ball is donating $1 to DIFFA for every Instagram photo with the hashtag. The vignettes will be on display through January 2018. 

Sue Appleton-Webster's Westport, CT, window features pops of pink against Farrow & Ball's Peony wallpaper in white and metallic silver. Photography by Paul Johnson.
Jenny Wolf's blend of prints and wintertime flora at Farrow & Ball's Brooklyn location. Photography by Meagan Rachman.
Alison Pickart brightens up the Berkeley, CA, showroom with an incandescent heart. Photography by Chi Fang.
Ederra Design Studio included whimsical presents in its design for the Pasadena, CA, showroom. Photography by Melissa Mundig.
Liz Caan adds an element of fun to the Boston showroom with foxy faces and exuberant prints. Photography by Glenn Kulbako. 
Hopie and Lily Stockman enliven the Los Angeles showroom by painting Bauhaus-inspired furniture in Farrow & Ball's soft cobalt blue. Photography by Chris Wood. 
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