Manchester based Little Greene Paint company are soon to launch a collection of greens in association with The National trust. The 31 colours, 20 of which have been derived from important national Trust properties such as Beatrix Potters farmhouse and Sir George Bernard Shaws writing hut, have been chosen with the modern home in mind. Each are relevant for todays interiors in different ways. From bright greens and turquoises inspired by retro schemes to soft and delicate greens and dark moody tones suitable for a more period look.
This streamlining of one colour to one paint chart is something they have done before with blue, pink & grey and it’s a really useful tool to have and use, making it easy to navigate as it’s broken down into 5 columns of varying tones of green.
From the sale of each one of these colours, a contribution will be made to The National Trust to help them with their important conservation work.
These beautiful colours shown below demonstrate just how versatile one colour can be, from fresh and uplifting, to soft and relaxing and intense and sophisticated.
The shot below is one I styled for a client using Little Green Paint Company’s Citrine and Pale Lime from their main paint colour chart all other images are from Little Green Paint Company blog.
To find out more about the national trust paints and for a full range of Little Greene Paint company’s colours check their website here.