Independent paint brand Little Greene has teamed up with National Trust to create a new range of colours inspired by the history of the charity's properties.
You might have already spotted Little Greene's paint tins and colour cards displaying the National Trust logo; that's because a contribution from every can will go to the trust. But the new colours are yet to come.
"Authenticity and integrity in our historical referencing are really important, so a colour research project with the National Trust – sitting alongside wallpaper patterns from our on-going partnership with English Heritage and its archive – helps cement our academic status and continues to feed our contribution to contemporary interior design," says Little Greene's Head of Design, Andy Greenall.
Clare Brown, Head of Brand Licensing for the National Trust, adds that the project '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."
Family-run Little Greene says its paints, made in a small factory in Snowdonia, are environmentally-friendly and child safe.
If you can't get enough of National Trust properties, Clipper has just launched a collaboration with the charity too – a distinct black tea blend.