National Trust Papers II, the eagerly anticipated new partnership between Little Greene and the National Trust, is here, and we're sure you'll fall in love with these gorgeous wallpapers just as much as we have.
It's a fascinating collection; each of the designs has its origins in Georgian and Victorian block printed papers found in National Trust properties, spanning over 400 years.
Millefleur in Chambray, which has a lovely textured appearance, has been drawn from a 15th century tapestry and the completely irresistible Burges Snail (Juniper colourway shown below) is so brimming with charm it has the feel of an instant classic.
The eclectic designs come in an array of colourways, so there's something to complement all schemes.
Steeped in history they may be, yet the genius of these wallpapers is that they've been reimagined into contemporary designs that are timeless and versatile enough to enhance any home, regardless of its style.
We've collated a few of our personal favourites to give you a flavour of the collection.
This special collection is such a joy. Not only are the wallpapers things of beauty and historical significance, but a contribution from the sale of each roll will be made to support the National Trust's conservation work.