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Paint & Luxury Wallpaper from Little Greene
Little Greene collaborates with Fashion Designer Edeline Lee for AW14 Ad Campaign: ‘Moments of Colour’.
Our ‘Moments of Colour’ advertising campaign artfully integrates two very similar fields, fashion & interior design through the use of colour. The idea came after collaborating with internationally-renowned, fashion designer, Edeline Lee, who recently launched her wonderful SS15 collection at London Fashion Week.
‘Moments of Colour’ consists of eight separate room sets, all with their own unique identity and distinctive personality, complemented by a designer colour collection of cutting edge womenswear.
‘Little Greene Highlights’ Confidence with colour: accents, combinations and neutrals redefined.
Following the resounding success of our Grey collection, Little Greene has been considering the next chapter in the Book of Colour for the cutting edge interior designer.
Gentle historical references would supersede Grey – a compendium of neutral shades, used in abundance in Georgian times - with a bolder experimentation in colour; modest advances by today’s standards but hugely significant at the time.
In keeping with our ethos of mixing old and new, classic with contemporary, and traditional with trendy, we proposes an eclectic melting pot of combinations – sophisticated base shades and bold accents, or ‘highlights’, all of which can be found on our freely available colour cards.
At Little Greene our philosophy is to provide the best quality paints and wallpapers at affordable prices with excellent service.
We take time to design and develop our products to be both beautiful and durable, and all are manufactured in the UK to an exceptionally high standard.
Our paints are made with the finest ingredients and up to 40% more pigment than ordinary paints - complex formulations that result in a profound depth of colour and the best coverage of any paint on the market.
Our wallpapers represent the best of interior design through the ages, with many designs drawn from the extensive English Heritage archive and reproduced in colours to suit period and contemporary interiors.
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