18 – 26 September 2021

London Design Festival

Interior Design / Furniture Design

Little Greene presents ‘National Trust Papers II’ - Chelsea

By Little Greene

When

18 Sep / 08:30 - 17:30

19 Sep / 11:00 - 17:00

20 Sep / 08:30 - 17:30

21 Sep / 08:30 - 17:30

22 Sep / 08:30 - 17:30

23 Sep / 08:30 - 17:30

24 Sep / 08:30 - 17:30

25 Sep / 08:30 - 17:30

26 Sep / 11:00 - 17:00

Info

In person

No ticket required

Little Greene presents their second wallpaper collection in collaboration with the National Trust, ‘National Trust Papers II’, with all four of their London showrooms in Marylebone, Chelsea, Notting Hill and Islington showcasing the new collection instore.

Autumn 2021 sees the launch of ‘National Trust Papers II’ comprising 42 colourways across seven designs; the collection is a celebration of enduring design, with the origins of the wallpapers spanning over 400 years of historic decoration. Each wallpaper in the collection has been redrawn and recoloured, whilst respectfully acknowledging the traditional methods and materials from which they were originally crafted. Design elements are taken from Georgian and Victorian block-printed papers and also from older, decorative objects including a leather wall-hanging and a 15th century tapestry. The contemporary interpretation of each design makes this a truly timeless collection of papers for homes of all architectural styles. Patterns include the delightful, trailing ‘Massingberd Blossom’ from Gunby Hall in Lincolnshire, the playful and charming ‘Burges Snail’ from Knightshayes Court, authentic late Georgian ‘Beech Nut’, uncovered at Oxburgh Hall in Norfolk, ‘Mandalay’ a tree of life design taken from a leather wall hanging purchased by Rudyard Kipling, scrolling damask design ‘Tulip,’ small-scale print ‘Moy’ and delicate botanical ‘Millefleur’ inspired by a lovingly conserved tapestry at Montacute House.

Where

Little Greene Chelsea Showroom

310 King's Road

Chelsea

London

SW3 5UH

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