Little Greene Paint Blog

  • Little Greene in-store colour consultancy

     In-store Colour Consultancy

    If you’re developing a property, exploring initial colour ideas or require urgent colour advice, our consultants also offer an in-store advice service.

    A flexible alternative to a home colour consultation, particularly suitable if your project is not in London but you can make it to Marylebone, the in store consultancy can offer an inspiring environment where you can surround yourself in Little Greene colours and receive first-hand bespoke advice.

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    How do I arrange a colour consultation?

    You can contact the Little Greene Marylebone showroom to request a call back to arrange a colour consultation by emailing colourconsultancy@littlegreene.com with your name, address and contact number.

    How long is a colour consultation?

    An in-store colour consultation is 90 minutes.

    How much is a colour consultation?

    Consultations at our Marylebone showroom are £120. This includes our colour expertise, full access to our reference book and magazine archive, use of the painted brush out boards and complimentary refreshments.

    What will the colour consultancy consist of?

    The in-store consultancy is ideal for people who are planning an interior scheme for a property in progress or to quickly correct any decorating disappointments.

    Journey of Colour

    The Journey of Colour consultation with one of our colour experts offers a unique introduction to the Little Greene range and explores ways to approach colour. The consultation is available for one to one appointments or groups of up to 5 people.

    The consultation will give an overview of the complete product range and showcase how to get the best results from Little Greene. The consultant will also discuss Little Greene’s bestsellers, the importance of colour undertones and a brief introduction to our wallpapers.

    How much is a colour consultation?

    The Journey of Colour Consultation is £60 per person. The price includes full use of the Little Greene reference library and complimentary refreshments.

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  • Little Greene Home Colour Consultancy

    If you’re struggling with selecting shades or concerned about colour combinations, a Little Greene home colour consultancy will help you decorate your home with confidence.

    One of our trained colour consultants will visit you at home to fully understand your personal taste and requirements, using their extensive knowledge of colour to produce the perfect schemes for you.

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    How do I arrange a colour consultation?

    You can contact the Little Greene Marylebone showroom to request a call back to arrange a colour consultation by emailing colourconsultancy@littlegreene.com with your name, address and contact number.

    How long is a colour consultation?

    A colour consultant will assess a maximum of 4 rooms during a 1 hour consultation, but this can be extended depending on the number of rooms you wish to plan. We also provide 90 minute and 2 hour appointments.

    How far do your consultants travel?

    Our consultants are based in London and are able to travel within zones 1-4. Travel expenses are incurred beyond zone 4, please ask for more details.

    How much is a colour consultation?

    In-home colour consultations are £180 for 1 hour, £250 for 90 minutes and £320 for a 2 hour appointment. This includes a full written colour report to summarise the consultation.

    What will the colour consultancy consist of?

    Prior to your consultation, one of our colour experts will contact you for a pre-assessment over the phone. This gives you the opportunity to communicate any schemes you may have in mind or share any mood boards you have created, they can also style the interiors around a specific piece of furniture. This pre-assessment allows our consultants to arrive fully prepared for your appointment.

    The colour consultant will assess the space and light in your house and ask you about your own personal style. They will discuss a range of options with you, exploring whether it’s a refresh or a complete transformation you require, our consultant will guide you through the process of selecting colours and recommend the correct finishes to use.

    They will also identify small details that may usually be forgotten when considering colour for a whole room. They will select colours for trim details and woodwork to ensure that the whole room is included in their final colour specification.

    All styles and periods are catered for: traditional, contemporary, classic and original, ensuring that you achieve the perfect colour scheme for you.

    What happens after the consultation?

    After the consultation, you will receive a full written report, detailing the colours and schemes discussed for your house. Our colour consultants will also work with your decorator, supplying them with a copy of the specification report to ensure that the correct quantities are ordered to complete the project.

    They will also identify small details that may usually be forgotten when considering colour for a whole room. They will select colours for trim details and woodwork to ensure that the whole room is included in their final colour specification.

    All styles and periods are catered for: traditional, contemporary, classic and original, ensuring that you achieve the perfect colour scheme for you.

  • Archive Trails - Wallpaper Focus

    Launched this month, our new wallpaper collection, ‘Archive Trails’ is an archive-inspired anthology of English and French trailing wallpapers.

    Trailing florals have been the subject of decorative pattern since long before the mechanisation of wallpaper production and the ensuing fashion for repeating pattern. Traditionally, the scenes depicted in early 18th Century interiors were painted by hand; in effect, bespoke murals. This artisan form of decoration was the precursor to the tighter, more structured designs we have come to understand and appreciate as conventional wallpaper over the last two Centuries.

    Explore the history behind three of the beautiful ‘Archive Trails’ designs:

    Vine

    Vine offers an unmistakeable nod to the father of the late 19th Century Arts & Crafts movement, William Morris. A traditional surface print method has been employed to recreate the bold, original paper from 1932. The ‘Bleu’ colourway is very close to the original in colour, ensuring an authentic, yet contemporary version.

    Combined with Lamp Black 228 on trims and furniture, the design can be used in a contemporary setting.

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    Darwin

    The oldest design in the Archive Trails collection, was discovered in the archives of The Whitworth Art Gallery in Manchester. This 1760 English piece was found intact at a house in Aix-En-Provence, France. The exotic scene accurately imitates a typical 18th Century hand-painted Chinese paper, but the tax stamp, still visible on the back of the original rag paper, identifies it as English in origin. The colours interpreted in the ‘Serein’ colourway are very true to the original – a surprisingly well preserved archive document.

    Complemented by vibrant accessories and the muted, soft qualities of Lamp Black 228, the intricate pattern and bold colours within the wallpaper create a striking focal point.

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    Paradise

    This 1940’s design celebrates a truly rich mix of styles. The English Heritage-owned document from which this paper is drawn is actually a 20th Century piece, but the subject – exotic flora and the familiar oriental ho-ho birds - is classic ancient Chinoiserie, whilst the colouration in the original is very much in the style of a 19th Century French paper. This design retains the original’s oversized repeat and has been reproduced in six stunning colourways.

    Combine two colourways of this exotic design with bold, statement upholstery and floral displays that complement its beautiful depiction of nature.

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    Browse the full collection on the Little Greene website.

  • Scottish Interiors Showcase

    Little Greene will be exhibiting at the Scottish Interiors Showcase on the 16th and 17th of February 2016 at Dunblane Hydro.

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    Visit our stand in the Macleod Suite to view our new wallpaper collection, 'Archive Trails' an archive-inspired anthology of English and French trailing wallpaper motifs and our latest paint collection, 'Blue.'

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    Our ‘Blue’ capsule collection brings together some known Little Greene shades with a spectrum of archive blues from confident indigos to calm linen hues.

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    For more information or to register to attend the show, visit the Scottish Interiors Showcase website.

  • Archive Trails

    ‘Archive Trails’ van Little Greene: een op het archief geïnspireerde bloemlezing van Engelse en Franse behangmotieven

    De afgelopen tien jaar heeft Little Greene een traditie opgebouwd met het selecteren van authentieke behangontwerpen uit het archief. De kleuren en patronen van deze oude behangontwerpen worden zodanig aangepast, dat ze naadloos aansluiten op het interieur van de 21e eeuw. Zoals de naam al doet vermoeden, is de tiende collectie, ‘Archive Trails’, een vreugdevolle collectie bloemenbehang. Op basis van een aantal zeer gerespecteerde bronnen, zoals English Heritage, de Whitworth Art Gallery in Manchester en historische stukken uit Frankrijk, is de collectie vormgegeven. Deze harmonieuze behangcollectie bevat zeven ontwerpen uit de 18e, 19e en 20e eeuw. In alle ontwerpen komen de populaire bloem- en vogelmotieven terug. Elke behang heeft meerdere kleurenschema’s.

    Bloemmotieven werden reeds lang voor het machinaal produceren van behangpapier, en de daarop volgendetrend van repeterende patronen, gebruikt. Traditioneel werden taferelen in het vroege 18e eeuwse interieur metde hand geschilderd; het waren in feite op maat gemaakte muurschilderingen. Deze ambachtelijke decoratiesleidden uiteindelijk tot strakkere, meer gestructureerde ontwerpen, die we tegenwoordig kennen als conventioneel behangpapier.

    In het begin van de 19e eeuw zag men een nieuwe uniformiteit met strakker rasterwerk en kleinere, geometrische patronen, welke machinaal gedrukt konden worden. Naarmate de technieken geavanceerder werden, maakten een aantal klassieke rococo- en barokelementen - met name sierlijke bloemen en exotische vogelmotieven - halverwege de 19e eeuw een comeback. Met de zorgvuldige reproductie van zeven van deze historische ontwerpen, viert ‘Archive Trails’ de ontdekking en de daaropvolgende herontdekking van uitbundig bloemenbehang.

    Elk ontwerp in deze collectie heeft, net als andere Little Greene behangpapieren, haar eigen druktechnieken, zoals tactiele oppervlaktedruk en glanzende mica-ondergronden, voor een tijdloze oppervlakteafwerking van de hoogste kwaliteit. Samen met ‘Colours of England’, Little Greene’s palet bijpassende verftinten, zorgt deze collectie voor een heuse make-over van de wanden van traditionele en moderne woningen.

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    Darwin (circa 1760) vormt één van de belangrijkste recente aanwinsten van de Whitworth Art Gallery en zorgt voor een plotwending in het verhaal. Dit voorbeeldige Engelse stuk werd namelijk teruggevonden in een huis in Aix-en-Provence in Frankrijk. De exotische scene is een trouwe imitatie van een typisch 18e eeuws handgeschilderd Chinees stuk, maar de belastingstempel, die nog zichtbaar is op de achterkant van de originele verpakking, toont onomstotelijk aan dat het van Engelse origine is. De interpretatie van de kleuren in het ‘serene’ kleurenschema lijken veel op die van het origineel; een schitterend en verrassend goed bewaard archiefstuk.

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    Gustav (circa 1875) werd in slechte staat teruggevonden, waardoor deze lastig te dateren was, maar archivisten van English Heritage houden het op het midden tot het einde van de 18e eeuw. Het werd gevonden in Eagle House, een landhuis in Wimbledon uit de tijd van Jacobus de Eerste, en bevat de kenmerken van klassieke blokdruk. Echter, enkele bloemen op het origineel werden met de hand geschilderd en vervolgens aangebracht op voorbedrukt papier, als onderdeel van een decoratieve rand. De schaal van het patroon doet denken aan een groot damastontwerp, maar dankzij de ingetogen kleurenschema’s, die zijn aangepast voor ‘Archive Trails’, kan dit behangpapier voor een gehele ruimte worden gebruikt, zonder deze te overweldigen.

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    China Rose (circa 1885) is een klassiek en uitbundig bloempatroon, gebaseerd op het handgeschilderde textiel ‘Peking Stripe’, waarin een duidelijke Chinese invloed zichtbaar is. Het dateert uit het einde van de 19e eeuw. De vervaagde, matte kleuren van de bladeren en bloemblaadjes zijn kenmerkend voor de originele kunstenaar. Dit is in contrast met het doordacht modern gebruik van mica en de metallieke inkten, die in enkele kleurenschema’s worden gebruikt.

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    Vine (circa 1932), een behangontwerp uit het archief van Whitworth Art Gallery in Manchester, vormt een onmiskenbare knipoog naar William Morris, de vader van de ‘Arts & Crafts’ beweging uit de tweede helft van de 19e eeuw. Voor deze moderne versie is een authentieke oppervlaktedruktechniek gebruikt met een blauw kleurenschema. Het behang blijft het origineel zeer trouw qua kleur, ondanks de slechte staat van de achtergrondkleur op het teruggevonden restant.

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    Sakura (circa 1936) is een mooie slinger van matte bladeren en delicate bloesem uit Frankrijk. Het oppervlaktedetail is behouden, wat bijdraagt aan de charmante en gelaagde diepte. De kleurstelling is ingetogen voor een elegante en verleidelijke informaliteit. Voor enkele kleurenschema’s is een mica-ondergrond gebruikt om de wisselwerking tussen licht en contrast op de oppervlakte van het papier te benadrukken.

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    Paradise (circa 1940) is een bonte combinatie van stijlen. Het origineel, waarop dit ontwerp geïnspireerd is, is eigendom van English Heritage en dateert uit de 20e eeuw. Het onderwerp - van exotische flora en de bekende oosterse ho-ho vogel - is klassiek Chinees, terwijl de kleurstelling van het origineel de stijl heeft van een 19e eeuws Frans behangpapier. Het ontwerp behoudt de grote herhaling van het origineel en is verkrijgbaar in zes schitterende kleurenschema’s.

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    Stitch (circa 1940) is geïnspireerd op geborduurd chintz katoen. Meanderen (stippen) was populair voor borduursels en bedrukking, vooral in de tijd waarin blokdruk als statussymbool werd beschouwd. Aan het einde van de 19e eeuw, en voor een groot deel van de 20e eeuw, werden sierlijke patronen in huis gezien als opvallende tekenen van rijkdom en werden geassocieerd met welvaart. Dit behangpapier is gemakkelijk te combineren met verfkleuren en andere elementen in een ruimte, dankzij het gebruik van twee drukkleuren.

    David Mottershead, Managing Director van Little Greene: “Little Greene heeft een traditie opgebouwd met het vinden van archiefontwerpen en deze een nieuw leven te geven. Grote bloemontwerpen met exotische vogels zijn traditioneel en tegelijkertijd bijzonder actueel. We werken nauw samen met een team van experts, waardoor we in staat zijn archiefstukken te recreëren met moderne en aansprekende kleuren en schalen, die passen bij moderne interieurs.

    ”‘Archive Trails’ wordt in januari 2016 gelanceerd op ‘Deco Off’ in Parijs. Pers en publiek zijn welkom in de showroom van Little Greene op 21 Rue Bonaparte, in het hart van de interieurdesigngemeenschap van St Germain.

    ‘Archive Trails’ zal landelijk en internationaal verkrijgbaar zijn via het netwerk van Little Greene distributeurs en kan tevens online worden besteld op www.littlegreene.nl.

  • Archive Trails

    ‘Archive Trails’ from Little Greene: an archive-inspired anthology of English and French trailing wallpaper motifs.

    Over the last decade, Little Greene has established a tradition for sourcing authentic archive wallpaper designs and cleverly adapting their patterns and colours to suit 21st Century living. As its name suggests, the tenth collection, ‘Archive Trails’, is a joyful celebration of floral trail wallpapers, which have been drawn from a number of highly respected resources including English Heritage, Manchester’s Whitworth Art Gallery and historical documents from France. Marrying designs from the 18th, 19th and 20th Centuries, this harmonious portfolio of seven wallpapers, in multiple colourways, encapsulates the  enduring popularity of trailing floral and bird motifs in surface design.

    Trailing florals have been the subject of decorative pattern since long before the mechanisation of wallpaper production and the ensuing fashion for repeating pattern. Traditionally, the scenes depicted in early 18th Century interiors were painted by hand; in effect, bespoke murals. This artisan form of decoration was the precursor to the tighter, more structured designs we have come to understand and appreciate as conventional wallpaper over the last two Centuries.

    In the early 19th Century, regimented trellis and smaller, geometric patterns celebrated the new uniformity that could be achieved by machine printing. However, as techniques became more sophisticated, some classic rococo and baroque elements - in particular ornate flowers and exotic bird motifs - were, by the mid 19th Century, enjoying a resurgent popularity. In the careful redrawing of these seven historical designs, ‘Archive Trails’ champions both the discovery and subsequent rediscovery of flamboyant floral wallpaper patterns.

    As is customary with Little Greene’s wallpapers, each design has prescribed its own print techniques, including tactile surface print and shimmering mica grounds, to achieve a timeless surface finish of the highest quality. Alongside the ‘Colours Of England’, a renowned palette of coordinating paint shades, this collection will truly lift the walls of traditional and contemporary homes alike!

    David Mottershead, MD of Little Greene enthuses: ‘At Little Greene we have established a tradition for unearthing document designs and breathing new life into them. Oversized florals coupled with exotic birds are traditional and yet very much on-trend right now. Working closely with a team of experts, we have been able to recreate archive fragments in a contemporary yet enduring way and have incorporated colours and scales to suit modern day interiors.’

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    Darwin (c1760) represents one of the Whitworth Art Gallery’s most important recent acquisitions and, with a twist in its story, this exemplary English piece was actually found intact in a house in Aix-en-Provence, France. The exotic scene accurately imitates a typical 18th Century hand-painted Chinese paper, but the tax stamp, still visible on the back of the original rag paper, categorically identifies it as English in origin. The colours interpreted in the ‘Serein’ colourway are very true to the original - a surprisingly (and wonderfully) well-preserved archive document.

    Little Greene 2016 Archive Trails 07_LR Gustav - Trophy

    Gustav (c1875) was found in poor condition, making it somewhat difficult to date accurately, but English Heritage archivists estimate it as mid-late 18th Century. Found in Eagle House, a Jacobean manor in Wimbledon, it bears the hallmarks of a classic block print, but in fact some of the flowers on the original were painted by hand and applied over the pre-printed trail as part of a decorative border. The scale of the pattern is reminiscent of a large damask design, but the muted colourways adapted for ‘Archive Trails’ mean this paper can be used all-over, without overpowering a room.

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    China Rose (c1885) is a classic flamboyant floral, taken from a late 19th Century French hand-painted ‘Peking Stripe’ fabric with a distinct Chinese influence. The distressed opaque colours in the leaves and petals portray the hand of the original artist, in contrast with a judicious modern-day use of mica and metallic inks as witnessed in some colourways.

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    Vine (c1932), taken from the archive at the Whitworth Art Gallery in Manchester, offers an unmistakeable nod to William Morris, the father of the late 19th Century Arts & Crafts movement. An authentic surface print technique has been employed to reproduce this contemporary version, with the blue colourway being very close to the original in colour – despite the poor condition of the background colour on the surviving fragment.

    Little Greene 2016 Archive Trails 03_LR Sakura - Yellow Lustre

    Sakura (c1936) is a pretty trail of matt leaves and delicate blossom originating in France. The surface detail has been retained, contributing to its charming layered depth, whilst the colouration has retained an elegant, seductive informality. A mica ground has been used on some colourways to exaggerate the interplay of light and contrast on the surface of the paper.

    Little Greene 2016 Archive Trails 17_LR Paradise - Feather

    Paradise (c1940) celebrates a truly rich mix of styles. The English Heritage-owned document from which this paper is drawn is actually a 20th Century piece, but the subject – exotic flora and the familiar oriental ho-ho birds - is classic ancient Chinoiserie, whilst the colouration in the original is very much in the style of a 19th Century French paper. This design retains the original’s oversized repeat and has been reproduced in six stunning colourways.

    Little Greene 2016 Archive Trails 18_LR Stitch - Highland

    Stitch (c1940) is inspired by embroidered chintz cottons. The use of stippling (dot-work) was popular in embroidery and printing, particularly at a time when block printing was seen as an indication of status. In the late 19th and well into the 20th Century, ornate patterns in the home were a conspicuous symbol of wealth and associated with prosperity. The use of two print colours makes this paper especially easy to coordinate with paint colours and other elements in the room.

    Archive Trails will be available from January 21st 2016.

  • In The Pink

    This October, our stockists and customers raised an incredible £11,353.42 for our chosen charity, The Haven.

    Throughout Breast Cancer Awareness Month, our stockists painted objects in a limited edition Little Greene pink, ‘Tutu’ to raise awareness. With each sale, 15p from every tin of Little Greene paint and roll of wallpaper sold was donated to The Haven.

    We would like to thank all of our stockists for getting involved through social media, using #littlegreenepink. We saw some brilliant creations made using the ‘Tutu’ sample pots which you can see below.

    BCA Collage 1 Clockwise From Left, Belinda Benton, Camellia Interiors, Little Greene, Glenwood Interiors, Callaghan Interiors.
    BCA Collage 2 Clockwise From Left, Brewers Bow, Glenwood Interiors, City Dec Supplies, Centrepiece, Leekes Llantrisant.

    The money raised will benefit The Haven, who provide a wide range of therapies, information and advice to help patients and their families cope with the physical and emotional side effects of breast cancer and its treatment.

    For more information, visit: http://www.thehaven.org.uk/

  • Little Greene At Batimat 2015

    We presented the latest from Little Greene at Batimat earlier this month.

    The trade show, based in Paris, showcased innovative products and new techniques within the building industry. The 4 day show included a programme of talks and exhibitor workshops.

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    The Little Greene stand displayed our latest compendium of wallpapers, 20th Century Papers and the new ‘Blue’ paint collection, alongside the anamorphic set used in our latest ‘Blue’ advertising campaign.

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    Painted using seven new paint colours from the capsule collection, the advert also features the wallpaper design, ‘Camellia’ to show the versatility of combining paint and wallpaper.

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    For more information, visit www.littlegreene.com

  • 20th Century Papers

    Launched alongside Little Greene’s latest paint collection ‘Blue,’ ‘20th Century Papers’ is a compendium book of coordinating twentieth century wallpapers, specially selected from historic archives, including original documents at the recently named ‘Museum of the Year’ Manchester’s Whitworth Art Gallery and private collections; all of them researched, reworked and re-coloured by Little Greene.

    Comprising twelve authentic patterns from as early as the turn of the century to as late as 1976, this book includes timeless designs from several key periods, notably the post-war revival of the 1950s and the ensuing decades, renowned for their design flair and creative dynamism.

    The collection also features new colourways of existing Little Greene designs and one new wallpaper design from the Whitworth archives.

    The new paper in the collection, ‘Zingara’ originates from a John Line collection produced in 1960. Available in three colourways, the ‘Cerulean Sea’ colourway is completely faithful to the document found in the Whitworth wallpaper archive. The elegant freehand line quality of the original drawing serves additional charm to this relaxed scene of boats resting at anchor. For a contemporary twist, the paper can be used with ‘Jack Black’ trims.

    Zingara Cerluean Sea, Jack Black 119

    Existing wallpaper design ‘Camellia’ is a moody tree and petal damask effect floral on a silken background, this paper of oriental origin has been recoloured in three bold colourways, including a striking blue with ancient provenance, giving it a distinctly contemporary feel. Pared with ‘Smalt’ from the ‘Blue’ collection the combination is perfect for matching skirting boards and door frames.

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    From the hand-printed ‘Apsley Collection’ by John Line & Sons, this relaxed interpretation of an urban Hampstead scene is attributed to designer Els Calvetti. All the line detail is retained and even the original colourways of grey and blue have been accurately recreated for the 21st Century interior. Combined with ‘Celestial Blue’, the relaxed style of the print and soothing tones emanate a calming effect.

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    To browse ‘20th Century Papers,’ visit www.littlegreene.com

  • The Safe Haven

    This Breast Cancer Awareness month, national breast cancer charity The Haven, opened the doors to their fourth regional centre in Hampshire.

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    Working closely with the NHS, the centre will offer personalised care for people affected by breast cancer, offering services including financial advice, counselling, complementary therapies and nutritional guidance.

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    Throughout Breast Cancer Awareness month, we supported The Haven by donating 15p from every tin of paint and roll of wallpaper sold throughout October. We also supplied paint for the new centre to help give the rooms a relaxing, calming ambience. The Havens interior design team selected a range of neutral shades including Clay Mid 153, Stock Mid 173 and Creamerie 42, the richest of cream colours.

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    Pamela Healy OBE, The Haven’s chief executive, said:

    “Friday will mark an extremely positive milestone for our Wessex Haven and we can’t wait to open the doors to provide our tailored, one-to-one support for breast cancer patients in the area, as well as their family and friends.”

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    For more information about The Haven, please visit www.thehaven.org.uk

    Images supplied by The Haven.

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