Bert & May’s new collection with Little Greene invites you to fill your home with timeless color

The color masters have collaborated – so you can get creative with your wall & floor coverings

Bert & May X Little Greene in a white and green tiled kitchen
(Image credit: Bert & May X Little Greene)

Tile company (and Livingetc favorite) Bert & May has announced a new collaboration with paint manufacturers Little Greene – to translate their timeless colors into tiles. 

The collection, which combines the best of both brands, features eight of Little Greene’s most iconic hues, printed on Bert & May’s signature tiles – soft, chalky cement squares and rich, glossy glazed herringbones. So, there is a finish to match every modern kitchen idea.

Pink tiled kitchen by Bert & May X Little Greene

(Image credit: Bert & May X Little Greene)

The Bert & May x Little Greene collaboration is the Mancunian-paint companies first tile venture, but it is not the first Bert & May collaboration causing excitement this year. 

Instead, Livingetc enthusiasts amongst us may already know about our recent Arch collection with the tile powerhouse that consists of equally fashionable pieces (as seen below) to reshape your modern decorating ideas.

Bert and May x Livingetc pink tiles

(Image credit: Bert and May)

In both collections, Bert & May’s core palette of colors is mixed by hand in a meticulous process that ensures they are infused with nuanced tones and finished with a handmade aesthetic. This new collaboration combines the subtle aesthetic of Bert & May’s tiles with Little Greene’s matt tones for an indisputably chic finish. 

Navy and yellow bathroom with freestanding pink tub

(Image credit: Bert & May X Little Greene)

And while Little Greene has a selection of 196 lust-worthy shades, the brands quickly identified the perfect eight hues from their Stone and Colours of England collections.

Stand-outs include Purple Brown, a soft leather and deep crimson red that draws from a Victorian shade, and Bassoon (above) which injects golden, earthy subtleties to all surfaces. 

Meanwhile, Livid combines two of the most sought-after hues of the year – green and gray – to create the epitome of trendy shades that will enrich your space across all seasons.  

French Grey by Bert & May X Little Greene

(Image credit: Bert & May X Little Greene)

And of course, the collection would not be complete without paying homage to (arguably) the most famous of Little Greene's offerings, French Grey (above). This timeless classic works seamlessly on a tile and means you can continue your scheme across every surface of your home. 

All these organic hues create a focal point when standing alone – but also create a statement when paired alongside a Bert & May shade. It’s a partnership made in color heaven, following the Bert & May X Livingetc collection, naturally.

Has this dream duo just reset all kitchen and modern bathroom ideas? We’re investing in every shade to find out.  You can shop the collection here now.  

Megan Slack

Megan is the Head of Celebrity Style News at Homes & Gardens. She first joined Future Plc as a News Writer across their interiors titles, including Livingetc and Real Homes, before becoming H&G's News Editor in April 2022. She now leads the Celebrity/ News team.

Before joining Future, Megan worked as a News Explainer at The Telegraph, following her MA in International Journalism at the University of Leeds. During her BA in English Literature and Creative Writing, she gained writing experience in the US whilst studying in New York. Megan also focused on travel writing during her time living in Paris, where she produced content for a French travel site.

Megan currently lives in London, where she relocated from her hometown in Yorkshire. In her home, she experiments with interior design trends and draws inspiration from the home decor ideas she observes in her everyday work life. Her favorite pieces include her antique typewriter and her expansive collection of houseplants. When she isn’t writing, she is browsing London’s coffee shops and bookstores to add to her ever-growing library, taking over the open shelving in her apartment.