Little Greene recently exhibited at Decorex, which saw the launch of our new, highly anticipated ‘Green’ collection.
The stand was decorated with some of the 10,000 leaves featured in our new advert, complete with a colour display of all the new shades found in the colourcard.
The feature wall on the stand was painted in Sage & Onions, a bright green shade that is the original colour of the garden gate at Hill Top, which was Beatrix Potter’s farm in the Lake District, found in The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck.
Of the 31 beautiful shades featured on the colourcard, 20 are National Trust-derived which each tell a story. MD David Mottershead gave talks at Decorex to give an introduction to ‘Green’, detailing the extensive research project that took place with the National Trust which brought the shades to life.
The Little Greene stand was located just inside the entrance and received a lot of attention from visitors, who were able to create ‘Green’ colour combinations using our brush out boards with the guidance of our on-hand colour experts.