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The Original Morris & Co - Arts and crafts, fabrics and wallpaper designs by William Morris & Company | Products | British/UK Fabrics and Wallpapers | Marigold (DM6F220321) | Archive Prints

William Morris Marigold Fabric from the Morris & Co Archive Prints Collection at British Wallpapers

Wightwick Manor: The Great Parlour, with portrait of Mrs Nassau Senior by George Frederic Watts (1857-8). Note the 'Diagonal Trail' fabric, designed by J.H. Dearle for Morris & Co. on the walls. The former home of the Mander family, Wightwick has one of the most complete surviving Arts & Crafts interiors. The Manders mixed what they bought from the Morris & Co shop in London’s Oxford Street with their own belongings and antiques. #William_Morris #Morris_and_Co #Wightwick_Manor

The Bechstein grand piano in the Great Parlour at Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton, West Midlands

Acanthus Embroidery  Acanthus Embroidery is a contemporary adaptation of the original Acanthus wallpaper designed by Morris in 1875.

Acanthus Embroidery Acanthus Embroidery is a contemporary adaptation of the original Acanthus wallpaper designed by Morris in Left Image: Curtains: Acanthus Embroidery Right Image: Fabric: Acanthus Embroidery

Poppy Border (Blue & Sage) designed by William Morris, manufactured by JR Burrows.

Poppy carpet 1875 ""Poppy" was designed and registered by William Morris on Christmas Eve of the earliest carpet pattern by Morris.

another great resource for craftsman houses!  very nice reproduction wallpapers...

Arts & Crafts Movement Style - Wallpapers, Tiles and Fabrics, William Morris

Style Library - The Premier Destination for Stylish and Quality British Design | Products | Grapevine Fabric (DM3P224476) | Archive III Prints | By Morris & Co.

The Original Morris & Co - Arts and crafts, fabrics and wallpaper designs by William Morris & Company

The Original Morris & Co - Arts and crafts, fabrics and wallpaper designs by William Morris & Company | Products | British/UK Fabrics and Wallpapers | Granada (DMCOGR204) | Morris Volume V

Granada Linen Fabric Printed linen in aubergine, mauve and gold depicting pomegranates within a trellis on beige background

Morris & Co. is celebrating 150 years of operation. Archival embroidered fabrics are still available from the company in 11 patters. Pictured: "Peacock & Dragon" (1878). Designed by William Morris & originally manufactured in Queens Square & later at Merton Abbey. Like most of Morris’ earlier weaves it was woven on a handloom. Morris studied early woven textiles & the Peacock & this design was based on Sicilian silk weaves dating from the 15th & 16th century. #William_Morris #Morris_and_Co

Peacock and Dragon print (chair & cushion, curtain) 1878 "Like most of Morris’ earlier weaves it was woven on a handloom. Morris studied early woven textiles and the Peacock and Dragon design was based on Sicilian silk weaves dating from the and century.

Wightwick Manor: The Morning Room at Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton, West Midlands. The wallpaper is "Leicester" designed by John Dearle for Morris & Co and printed by Sanderson. The fireplace has De Morgan "Rose" pattern tiles.

"Leicester" wallpaper designed by J. Dearle for Morris & Co. The Morning Room at Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton, West Midlands. The fireplace has De Morgan "Rose" pattern tiles.

Willow Bough Artichoke/Olive från William Morris & Co

Willow Bough Artichoke/Olive från William Morris & Co

William Morris & Co - Archive Wallpapers

Willow 1874 (wallpaper) "This design by Morris was a forerunner to the more complex Willow Bough. The pattern was extremely popular being very much in line with the taste of the aesthetes and was issued in at least 11 different colourways.

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