Well known for energetic, timeless designs, Osborne and Little calls upon the creativity of young contemporary designers and the work of artists, to create stylish wallpaper which stands out from the crowd.
The company was started in the London of the Swinging Sixties by Peter Osborne and his brother-in-law Antony Little, who shared both a passion for creativity and an instinct for business. They opened up a small showroom in Chelsea in 1968 and their first collection of exquisite hand-painted wallpapers was an instant, award-winning success.
In 2010 the company launched Zagazoo, the lively, charming, entertaining wallpapers by Quentin Blake based on his original book illustrations, which delight children and adults alike. Eden is the debut collection for Osborne and Little by fashion designer Matthew Williamson, who brings his own unique style and approach to designs inspired by ancient myths and legends. So peacock feathers and dragons, tigers and jewel-coloured birds mix in an amazing collection of metallics, holographic effects and beaded designs. Grove Garden is another popular design, showing delightful birds of paradise in turquoise, aqua, magenta and lime, against a pale brown background with silvery-gold accents, creating a truly beautiful tropical oasis.