Little Greene joins forces with National Trust

 

Little Greene - National Trust

Little Greene is delighted to announce a brand-new collaboration, producing paint in association with the National Trust.

With more than 500 places in the National Trust’s care, including some of the most significant historic interiors in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, the association offers Little Greene a unique opportunity to delve into a prestigious and eclectic mix of decorative styles.

Our Managing Director, David Mottershead, is thrilled about the new relationship: “Little Greene and the National Trust have a real synergy: conservation, restoration and reinvention are at the heart of both organisations. The National Trust preserves centuries of heritage for the benefit of future generations, a sentiment echoed by Little Greene’s approach to the rediscovery and use of historical colour and pattern in the 21st Century.”

Clare Brown, Head of Brand Licensing for the National Trust, adds: “We are delighted with this new association, which will help everyone to bring the nation’s heritage into their own homes. The collaboration offers people another fantastic way to support the work we do to care for the nation’s special places and conserve them for everyone to enjoy.” A contribution from the sale of every can of Little Greene paint will be made in support of the National Trust’s conservation work, to ensure the nation’s historic homes and open spaces can be enjoyed for generations to come.

In addition to this, Little Greene will be supporting the National Trust’s conservation and restoration programme by donating paints to bring colour and life back to some of the UK’s most beloved properties.

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