Started in the London of the Swinging Sixties by Peter Osborne and his brother-in-law Antony Little, its very first award-winning collection of exciting hand printed wallpaper broadened design horizons and brought instant success.
For over four decades Osborne & Little’s designs, across printed fabrics and weaves as well as wallpaper, have been at the heart of interior trends, from the paint effects of the 1980s to the holographic papers and digitally printed designs of today.
Osborne & Little is proud to be the distributor of two distinguished brands; the collections of internationally celebrated interior designer NINA CAMPBELL and of the elegant Parisian design studio LORCA. In addition, in 2013 Osborne & Little began a long-term collaboration with British fashion designer Matthew Williamson to create exclusive furnishing fabrics and wallpapers under the brand name MATTHEW WILLIAMSON AT OSBORNE & LITTLE.
Osborne & Little is as inspired and energetic today as ever, creating a constant stream of new collections that push forward boundaries and maintain a hard won reputation for excellence.
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