Housewares company Creative Tops is set to unveil the first collection from its new partnership with the conservation charity National Trust.

Creative Tops launches National Trust collection

Housewares company Creative Tops is set to unveil the first collection from its new partnership with the conservation charity National Trust.

Creative Tops launches National Trust collection

Drawing inspiration from the Trust’s archives, the Country Kitchen range incorporates 19th century florals ‘with a fresh homespun aesthetic’. The pattern, which was influenced by a wallpaper design originating from a National Trust property in Norfolk called Oxburgh Hall, has been applied to vintage-style tableware, storageware and textiles.

All profits from the range will directly help the National Trust’s work as a charity protecting historic places and green spaces.

Country Kitchen will make its debut at trade show Exclusively Housewares, which will be held from June 10 to June 11 at the Business Design Centre in London.

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