Paper Your Walls in Designs from Iconic English Properties

Prints Charming

Fresh off their U.S. launch, Little Greene unveils new wallcoverings from historic archive


Bamboo Floral is based on small painted sections of Chinese wallpaper found at Kingston Lacy Estate in Dorset. – Photos courtesy of Little Greene

The British brand renowned for its heritage-inspired paints and wallpapers, has once again joined with the National Trust—Europe’s largest conservation charity—to introduce a new collection. National Trust IV includes eight meticulously adapted designs, featuring a range of botanical scenes and floral motifs sourced from iconic properties like Montacute House and Standen House, and one design that comes straight from Little Greene’s own archive, adding a personal touch to the mix. Available across 42 colorways, there are options to match any modern aesthetic. Visit the Greenwich store to see them all and bring some British history into your next project.

Little Greene

9 East Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, 203-485-0433




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