We’re delighted to be able to reveal the final design in our new wallpaper collection – ‘London Wallpapers III’. We’re also giving you the chance to win 5 rolls from our new collection in a design of your choice! All … Read more..
Here are the next two designs from ‘London Wallpapers III’ along with the colourways that they will be available in when the collection is launched in January. ‘North End Road’ (c1840) This paper originated from a West London property owned … Read more..
We’re pleased to reveal the next two designs in our brand new wallpaper collection – ‘London Wallpapers III’. Wilton (c1760) ‘Wilton’ comes from a very popular large-scale pomegranate pattern of the mid-18th Century. This would originally have been a flock … Read more..
In the build up to the launch of our new wallpaper collection, ‘London Wallpapers III’, being released in January, we will be revealing each of the patterns this week – here’s an exclusive preview of the first two designs! We … Read more..
Now that our ‘Secret Lids’ competition is over, we’ve had some time to reflect on the response we had, which has been very interesting. Congratulations to Peter Dickinson on winning our Charlie & The Chocolate Factory style competition. Although we … Read more..
Held once a year in the grounds of the Royal Hospital at Chelsea, Decorex International is the premier showcase for interior design in the UK. This year’s show was the first time Little Greene was able to publicly exhibit our … Read more..
A big thank you to everyone who took part in our bloggers competition to select ‘your’ Twentieth Century Design Classic. It hasn’t been an easy competition for us to judge, with a fabulous range of imaginative entries which included lighting, … Read more..
**This competition is now closed. To see the shortlisted entries, please visit our news page.** Enter into the competition at: http://www.littlegreene.com/retro Our research project into 20th Century paint colours gave us a fascinating insight into the huge advances in materials, … Read more..
Painting the inside of a wooden window frame can be a trickier job than you think. It’s easy to make a mistake and paint over pre-decorated walls, or spill onto the window itself. There’s also the dreaded carpet-drip you’ll need … Read more..