First produced in 1884, this opulent wallpaper design features a striped meandering diagonal branch from which flowers emanate. The original would have needed 32 blocks to print it. Todays version is available in a stunning array of colourways including an icy stone version, perfect for all walls of the room. Take a look at the fabric of the same name.
First produced in 1876 Honeysuckle & Tulip is an early Morris fabric design depicting entwined foliage and flower motifs in a mirrored pattern repeat. The effect is of a trellis circling large multi petalled tulips and stylised honeysuckle.
Brer Rabbit is taken from a 17th century Italian silk and Morris first registered the design in 1882. Named after the Uncle Remus childrens books popular at the time this fabric design was originally indigo discharge printed. Today the Morris studio have tried to replicate the mottled appearance of this earlier method using modern printing processes. Available in wallpaper in co-ordinating colours.