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Little Greene National Trust Papers III Collection

We are delighted to share the launch of the new National Trust Papers III collection by Little Greene, now available on our website! Proudly made in partnership with the National Trust, this exclusive range of heritage wallpapers follows the success of its preceding collections: National Trust Papers and National Trust Papers II. Designed to bring historical decoration to the modern home, it features 8 enduring wallpaper designs across 45 stunning colour ways for an air of timeless charm.

Each piece in the Little Greene National Trust Papers III Collection is an authentic addition, based on original source material from 3 historic houses in the National Trust’s care. A much-loved Little Greene archive design also makes an appearance to complete this truly inspired range. Beautifully adapted, recoloured and produced with careful attention to traditional printing techniques, the wallpapers offer a contemporary twist to classic design spanning over 200 years. Explore the full range here.

Little Greene Briar Rose Wallpaper

(Featured in image: walls: Little Greene Briar Rose wallpaper in Green Verditer, ceiling & skirtings: Little Greene Mid Azure Green paint, fireplace: Little Greene Green Verditer Paint, window frame: Little Greene Whitening Paint).

Bird & Bluebell (c. 1830 – 1870)

Bring your walls to life with the beautiful Bird & Bluebell mural wallpaper by Little Greene. Featuring elegant birds, bluebells and bees amongst the flourishing foliage, this natural design is a faithful adaptation of remaining wallpaper fragments found at Felbrigg Hall in Norfolk. By carefully transforming and recolouring the original source material, Little Greene has created a stunning interpretation of this heritage design in a way that complements modern day interiors.

Available as a standard 10 metre roll comprised of 3 individual drops, this mural design is the perfect way to add dimension and interest to your scheme. Choose between 4 soothing colour ways for an air of natural beauty.

(Pictured opposite: walls: Little Greene Bird & Bluebell wallpaper in Pea Green, ceiling: Little Greene Dorchester Pink paint, window frame: Little Greene Green Stone -Light paint, skirtings: Little Greene Puck paint).

Little Greene Bird
Little Greene Voliéres Wallpaper

Volières (c. 1950)

Introducing Volières by Little Greene. This gorgeous 50’s style depiction of doves, ribbons and flowers is based on an 18th century design. Uncovered in the private family quarters of Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk, this design is a possible glimpse into the property’s final days under family ownership. Volières has been reproduced using traditional surface printing techniques for an authentic feel.

Available in 5 contemporary Little Greene colour ways including soft pink to mirror the original.

(Pictured opposite: wall panels: Little Greene Volières wallpaper in French Grey, wall (top): Little Greene French Grey – Pale paint, wall (bottom): Little Greene French Grey paint).

Lovers’ Toile (c. 1950)

Faithful to its origins, the Little Greene Lover’s Toile wallpaper is based on a classic 1950’s reinterpretation of an 18th-century French Toile de Jouy design. Found in Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk, this magnificent piece captures beautiful illustrations of people gardening, fishing and dancing across the paper.

Flexo printed in 6 fantastic colour ways, Little Greene has given this classic pattern a contemporary update to suit an array of interior design styles and colour schemes. The printing technique also maintains the graphic quality, paying homage to the original source.

(Pictured opposite: walls: Little Greene Lovers’ Toile wallpaper in Puck, ceiling & door: Little Greene Puck paint).

Little Greene Lovers' Toile Wallpaper
Little Greene National Trust Papers III Collection

Briar Rose (c. 1845 – 1915)

Add an element of natural charm to your interiors with the delightful Little Greene Briar Rose wallpaper. Featuring stylised floral motifs reminiscent of the Arts & Crafts movement, this surface printed design was originally created by Children’s book illustrator Walter Crane and produced by Jeffrey & Co.

Found at Oxburgh Hall in Norfolk, this design is based on the original loose samples and has been recoloured in 6 new colour combinations to reflect current interior trends. Consider Green Stone, Salix and Green Mist for a versatile, more neutral palette, or go bold with the Indian Yellow, Greene Verditer and Marine Blue colour ways for an air of uplifting joy.

(Pictured opposite: wall panels: Little Greene Briar Rose wallpaper in Green Stone, walls (top): Little Greene Green Stone – Pale paint, walls (bottom): Little Greene Green Stone – Light paint, island units: Little Greene Book Room Green paint).

Upper Brook Street

Make a statement with the impactful Upper Brook Street wallpaper mural. Picked from the Little Greene archives, this gorgeous design features brightly coloured Kniphofia flowers (torch lilies) originally found in the decor of a late 18th century Upper Brook Street house. Beautifully adapted to include the Little Greene Stag Toile motif in the background, this naturally inspired wallpaper comes on a standard 10m roll comprised of 3 digitally printed drops to complete the mural.

Available in 6 colour ways, Upper Brook Street returns in this collection with the addition of 2 new tones, Twilight and Soleil. The Night Garden colour way also features from the stunning Forest inspiration.

(Pictured opposite: walls: Little Greene Upper Brook Street wallpaper in Soleil, door: Little Greene Pale Lime paint, skirtings: Little Greene Puck paint).

Little Greene National Trust Papers III Collection

Poppy Trail (c. 1890 – 1900)

Make a statement with the bold Little Greene Poppy Trail wallpaper. Comprised of large, stylised poppies consistent with designs in production during the late 19th century, this magnificent wallpaper adorned the corridor walls at the top of the staircase at Felbrigg Hall, Norfolk. It was also discovered as rolled up samples in the attic stores and was believed to have been designed by Arthur L. Gwatkin.

Available in 5 statement colour variations, this wallpaper is the perfect way to add a touch of flamboyance and flair to your interior walls.

Dahlia Scroll (c. 1890 – 1900)

A historical scrolling floral derived from Newark Park in Gloucestershire, this intricate pattern combines elements of Japanese design and Art Nouveau through its complex motif of enlarged Dahlia blooms and sinuous foliage. Synonymous with Voysey’s early work, the Dahlia Scroll wallpaper is a true statement piece enriched with classic charm and heritage.

Featuring two tonal variations, this surface printed wallpaper is available in 7 colour ways, from soft neutrals through to dramatic shades of yellow, blue and green.

Hoja (c. Late 1890s – 1900)

This traditional style scrolling wallpaper was taken from the decor of the attic stores in Oxburgh Hall. Despite showcasing elements from 17th century Spanish embossed and gilded leather, the Hoja wallpaper design is in fact believed to have originated between 1890-1900.

Reproduced in 6 colour ways (4 tonal variations of a single colour and 2 colour combinations), Little Greene have employed a traditional surface printing technique for a beautiful, painterly look and feel.

Little Greene Poppy Trail Wallpaper
Little Greene Dahlia Scroll Wallpaper
Little Greene Hoja  Wallpaper

Pictured above: walls: Little Greene Poppy Trail wallpaper in Masquerade, Wall paneling: Little Greene Yellow-Pink Paint.

Image above: walls: Little Greene Dahlia Scroll wallpaper in Giallo.

Pictured above: walls: Little Greene Hoja wallpaper in Air Force Blue.

Little Greene Colour Drenching

Various designs in the National Trust Papers III collection also reflect the on trend concept of colour drenching. This focuses on the idea of colouring multiple elements of decor in the same colour or closely related shades for maximum impact. Whether you choose a bold colour or something more simple and understated, this trend allows you to create a fully cohesive look that flows throughout the room. The 3 designs above (Poppy Trail – Masquerade, Dahlia Scroll – Giallo and Hoja – Air Force Blue) are beautiful examples to help create this look.


A beautifully collated collection of heritage wallpaper designs, National Trust Papers III by Little Greene takes us on a journey through time to celebrate the history of decoration. This inspired range also helps towards the preservation of the Nation’s historic houses, gardens and landscapes, with Little Greene giving contributions from the sale of every roll of wallpaper and tin of paint to the National Trust.

The Little Greene National Trust Papers III wallpapers also complement the Little Greene Paint collection. If you would like any help pulling a full room or colour scheme together, we offer a complementary face to face and virtual Bespoke Design Service from our showroom in Brockenhurst, including specialist paint and colour scheme advice. Please get in touch if we can assist with your project.

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