Throughout 2021, we’ve been working closely with Little Greene Paint & Paper on a number of exciting projects that we’re already starting to see roll out across the brand’s various locations and stockists around the country and we’ll be able to share some of that work very soon.
However, we’ve been supporting the brand with a number of smaller jobs recently, just like their window displays across the London sites in Marlybone, Chelsea, Islington and Notting Hill, promoting the National Trust range of wallpapers.
This range is a really interesting selection of papers, with contemporary designs based on original patterns from the National Trust’s historic houses, and it’s great to read the history behind the inspiration for these designs, some of which span back over 400 years of historic decoration. Each wallpaper in the collection has been beautifully redrawn and recoloured, whilst respectfully acknowledging the traditional methods and materials from which they were originally crafted.
This job was a little bit different to what we usually undertake at Ripple, however the diverse skill set that our design studio has really shone through here. Combining foamex board, vinyl print, formed plastic and a creative mind, this triple-layered design utilises the window itself, along with the suspended fixture which gave a really interesting 3D effect to passers-by.