The Pomegranate Passage at Wightwick Manor in the West Midlands has one of the most complete surviving Arts & Crafts interiors. In 1861 William Morris founded the company Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co, later known as Morris & Co, which was to spread his pioneering design throughout the world.

The Pomegranate Passage at Wightwick Manor in the West Midlands has one of the most complete surviving Arts & Crafts interiors.

That's a lot like our fireplace! Honeysuckle (1876) designed by May Morris, daughter of William Morris. A Morris & Co. Sussex Chair & a carpet or "Hammersmith" graces the floor at Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton, West Midlands.

Honeysuckle beautiful art nouveau era wallpaper designed by May Morris, daughter of William Morris. A Morris & Co. Sussex Chair & a "Small Barr" patterned "Hammersmith" (carpet) graces the floor at Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton, West Midlands.

I love this soft and simple curtain next to this intricate William Morris wallpaper.

Sarah Richardson Design inc Season 3 Margo's Dining Room - William Morris style wallpaper curtain rod hung from ceiling!

"Willow" Bedroom at Standen House with William Morris 'Willow Bough' wallpaper & Morris & Co. "Hammersmith" (carpet). Standen House, East Grinstead, England, c.1892, Architect: Philip Webb, Interior Design: William Morris. #William_Morris #Philip_Webb #wallpaper #Hammersmith

Willow Bedroom at Standen House with William Morris Willow Bough wallpaper Morris Co.

William Morris Textiles... Forever Beautiful | Global Interior Design Blog | Handmade Textiles | Inspired Living

Crown Imperial Crown Imperial is one of Morris’ most formal patterns. It was originally woven by power loom in wool and mohair by Dixon in Bradford and is now reproduced in wool. Main Image: Curtain: Crown Imperial edged in Ruskin

Room with blue and white William Morris fabrics --- Curtains: Pink and Rose 222531 - Cushions: Ruskin DRUSRU317 - Wallcovering: Daisy 212561 - Chair: Love is Enough 222519 piped in Ruskin, DRUSRU314 --- Morris & Co.

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

New Heavy Sanderson / William Morris Patchwork Door Curtain Velvet Lined

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Morris & Co. is celebrating 150 years of operation. Archival wallpaper & fabric prints are still available from the company in 11 patters. Pictured: "Kennet" (1883). This iconic design has been reproduced on 100% cotton with subtle textures to retain the look of the original hand-print. Available in 5 colourways including Morris’ original indigo blue version, together with a faded blue version which is based on the aged hangings in Kelmscott Manor. The chaise lounge is upholsted in…

Arts & Crafts/Mission style room with quartersawn oak paneling --- William Morris Fabrics - Curtains: Kennet 220322 - Chaise Longue: Bluebell 220330 - Cushions from left: Kennet Ruskin & Mary Isobel 230340 --- Morris & Co.

"Daisy" (1864) Inspired by medieval tapestries, William Morris and his wife Jane first embroidered daisy motifs in 1860 for their home Red House. Although Daisy was the second wallpaper to be designed by William Morris, it was the first Morris & Co. wallpaper to be hand block printed and proved to be one of the most popular of all ‘The Firm’s’ wallpapers. In this version the design has been simplified removing the background of small tufts of grass. #William_Morris #Morris_and_Co #wallpaper

Daisy Wallpaper from William Morris Archive Wallpapers 2 Collection. A simple and classic floral patterned wallpaper featuring china blue flowers on an ivory background.

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Forest' digitally printed velvet from the Archive II Collection The Original Morris & Co - Arts and crafts, fabrics and wallpaper designs by William Morris & Company

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