This understated wallpaper depicts Persian, overblown flowers climbing in a trailing pattern with softened edges. The pattern was based on a carpet designed by John Henry Dearle in the 1890s, and is now available in distinct colourways.
Inspired by the earlier design, Bachelors Button of 1892, this evocative wallpaper encapsulates the romance of the medieval past that so inspired Morris and was designed by John Henry Dearle in 1912. Gracefully arching leaves punctuated by mid-scale blooms, this wallpaper is produced in both dark and light colourways.
This delightful wallpaper design shows birds swooping, perching and pecking amidst branches of foliage and pomegranate fruit. Dating from 1926, it was one of the last block printed wallpapers designed by Morris and Co. and inspired by the much earlier Fruit wallpaper. Available in irresistible colourways, including one on a stunning metallic background.
A cheeky bird pecks at delicious strawberries on this enticing flock-effect wallpaper. Reproduced with subtle textures to retain the look of the original hand-printed design and also available as a printed fabric and embroidery.
Dating back to 1883, Strawberry Thief is one of Morris & Co.’s most iconic designs. This velvet interpretation retains the same enchanting detail of the original which was said to be inspired by the thrushes Morris found stealing fruit from his kitchen garden.
A classic Morris pattern originally designed as a wallpaper in 1864 Fruit has been carefully adapted into a luxurious velvet seen here for the first time. Reproduced in a variety of authentic colourways Fruit Velvet also features the magnificent contemporary tones of Walnut and Bullrush.
Created by combining elements from two William Morris designed embroideries Wilhelmina’s scrolling acanthus leaves honeysuckle and foliage meld to create this all-over decorative design printed on a cotton linen mix. Available in three colourways: Ivory, Teal and Moss
A stylised pattern of blackberry briars with berries and white flowers cover this upholstery fabric, designed in 1879 by Kate Faulkner - a talented sister of one of the partners of Morris & Co. Available as both a fabric and wide width wallpaper, this fabric design is produced in dramatic colourways.
A cheeky bird pecks at delicious strawberries on this enticing 100% cotton fabric, suitable for upholstery and curtains. Reproduced with subtle textures to retain the look of the original hand-printed version, the design is also available as a wallpaper.