The best Little Greene wallpapers
Little Greene Paint Company has made its name as a master of environmentally friendly paints, but it has also collaborated with brands such as the National Trust to create unique wallpaper designs for all your home decor needs. Here are some of the best
Little Greene Paint Company joined forces with the National Trust to create a range of beautifully designed, truly unique wallpapers to help bring dull walls to life. Add a splash of colour with an accent wall or go all out with one of these vibrant prints.
Find out what we picked in our round-up of the best Little Greene paint colours.
What are the best Little Greene wallpapers?
Little Greene have collaborated with the National Trust to create sympathetic wallpaper designs based on the interiors of stately homes. In their second collection, National Trust Papers II, there are seven different designs, all offering a selection of different colour ways.
Paying homage to designs and patterns created over the past 400 years, the new collection features design elements taken from the Georgian and Victorian era, as well as a leather wall-hanging and a 15th-century tapestry amongst decorative items offering inspiration. Pair these with some of the other Little Greene paint colours, all of which come in complimentary shades.
1. Massingberd Blossom
This wallpaper from the collection is based on a British Edwardian design at Gunby Hall, dated c. 1905. The oriental design was a popular trend of the era, often depicting nature and wildlife. This wallpaper design comes in 7 colour options: Verditer, Deep Blue, Pale Blue, Oriental, Mineral, Yellow, and Grey.
The Mandalay wallpaper design has been taken from leather wall coverings on display at Bateman’s in East Sussex, dating c. 1712. Inspired by 17th-century Indian chintzes, the flower tree design is available in four colours: Archipelago, Arbour, Pollen and Ceviche.
Erdigg house in North Wales inspired this scrolling foliage design, dating back to 1898. Available in seven colour ways: Powder Blue, Aqua, Cloud, Pale Grey, Sugar, Theatre, and Blue Black.
4. Beech Nut
A Georgian wallpaper design, Beech Nut has been created from a wallpaper featured in Norfolk’s Oxburgh Hall c. 1782 that would have originally been block printed. Although the original would have been produced in a more subtle grey tone, this wallpaper comes in six colours: Cordoba, Summer, Delicate, Rubine, Florence, and Warm Grey.
5. Burges Snail
Taken from a William Burges design featured on the walls of a bathroom at Knightshayes Court in Devon, this wallpaper is the most playful of the collection. Burges Snail is available in seven colours: Ocean, Dark Blue, Travertine, Lemon, Silver, Juniper, and Rosie.
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A delicate, floral designs, Millefleur has been created from the rarest piece in the collection; a 15th century tapestry dated 1478 displayed at Montacute House. The oldest tapestry in the National Trust’s care, this wallpaper has been created in four different colour ways: Chambray, Garden, Knight, and Masquerade.
The Argory in Northern Ireland is to the 19th-century design the Moy wallpaper was created from. A unique design, the original wallpaper was made using water colour paints, creating a more textured effect. Moy wallpaper is available in seven colours: Pink, Red Ochre, Lime, Blue, Ash, Pompei, and Mall.
Where to buy Little Greene wallpaper
Top image: Millefleur Knight from Little Greene Paint Company
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