Little Greene in collaboration with the National Trust
Paint and wallpaper brand Little Greene is launching a new 31-shade palette of green hues, all of which are inspired by colours found in National Trust houses and gardens across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Influences range from Beatrix Potter’s Cumbrian farmhouse to George Bernard Shaw’s writing hut. Little Greene was given access to over 350 significant historic interiors when creating the colour palette, “we have had an unparalleled opportunity to delve into a prestigious and eclectic mix of decorative styles” explained Little Greene Managing Director, David Mottershead.
The colour card is divided into 5 columns and arranged to showcase the most relevant green families: blue greens, grey greens, neutral greens, turquoise greens and yellow greens.
Consisting of such a broad range of shades, we think the colours in this collection would suit both subtle and bold colour schemes.
The range will be launched later this month at Decorex. A contribution from the sale of every can will be made in support of the National Trust and its conservation efforts.
Images: all found on Little Greene