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Delve into Little Greene’s Palette of Eco-Friendly Paints & Wallpapers

Little Greene Paints and Wallpapers

Little Greene are delighted to be hosting an informative Colour Talk at Design Central South West this year. Join the Little Greene team as they present the Little Greene palette and share how they make their beautiful, eco-friendly paints…


Little Greene Paint Company

A family-run business with their own factory nestled in the foothills of Mount Snowdon in North Wales, Little Greene is the only British paint maker still producing a complete range of traditional and modern finishes. Their portfolio includes interior and exterior finishes, oil-based paints, floor paints and a signature range of hard-wearing, water-based ‘Intelligent Paints’, especially designed for today’s busy homes.

Little Greene’s paints and wallpapers represent 300 years of decorative history. Referencing the key periods of interior design, from the 17th century to the late 20th century, they are committed to an ongoing research programme, and are proud to breathe new life into the best colours and patterns from the past. Little Greene Colour Specialist, Simon Hutchinson, will join South West Area Sales Manager, Sarah Clements, in the presentation. They will be providing an introduction to National Trust Papers IV, the fourth instalment of authentic wallpaper designs derived from National Trust properties in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.



Masquerade from Little Greene
Ceiling: Julie’s Dream | Left Wall: Masquerade – Mid | Right Wall: Masquerade | Panelling: Masquerade – Light


Aderyn from Little Greene
Aderyn - Olive Colour (c.1770) | Dado panel: Obsidian Green | Ceiling: Sage Green | Doors: Olive Colour

This versatile and eclectic collection features eight historic wallpaper designs that have been adapted and recoloured across 42 colourways for use within the modern home. Each design has been created from original patterns found at several of the National Trust’s historic houses, with the addition of one design that has been recoloured and revived from the Little Greene archive. Their Creative Director, Ruth Mottershead, writes:

“Working with the National Trust to uncover and revive these incredible historic designs is a real honour for us all at Little Greene. Designs within this collection date back to 1770, yet still endure, feeling fresh and relevant today. Showcasing these historic patterns in their new colourways in contemporary spaces and modern design schemes has reinvigorated them, ensuring they can be enjoyed for years to come.”

Join Simon and Sarah for the Little Greene Colour Talk at Design Central South West, 10:30am on Tuesday 19th and Wednesday 20th March 2024.






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