Slightly larger in scale than its fabric counterpart, Severne was originally printed at Morriss Merton Abbey workshop in South London. An elegant damask of acanthus leaves framing a central flowerhead, this is a new design for the Simply Morris collection.
Originally a best-selling carpet design, this wallpaper has a specially designed border, which has been incorporated into this contemporary wallpaper. The small-scale interlocking floral motif makes it an extremely versatile print which can be used on all four walls. A fabric of the same name is also available.
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.
Dramatic swirling leaves coil around on this monochrome wallpaper. The Morris & Co. studio enlarged the original 1892 design and painted it in the style of medieval frescos with dramatic effect creating a show stopping, 140cm width wallpaper. Also available as a printed fabric and woven cloth.
Reportedly one of Morriss favourite designs and originally produced in 1876, this wallpaper features clusters of snakeshead fritillaries and is an ideal wallpaper to team with larger scale Morris fabrics. Available in a wide range of earthy colourways, this design is also available as a fabric of the same name.
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.
The Morris & Co. studio is delighted to present Indian, seen here for the first time not only as a decadent velvet, but also as a textural flock.
Originally a simple two-colour block printed Morris & Co. wallpaper, Indian is thought to have been designed by George Gilbert Scott, with log books in the Morris & Co. archive showing that this design has been re-coloured more than any other across the decades. Featuring a range of standout colour combinations Indian Flock Velvet in a perfect design to reach a new generation of Morris lovers. Indian Flock Velvet is suitable for contract, drapes and upholstery.
Based on a carpet designed by John Henry Dearle in the 1890s, this sumptuous velvet fabric depicts Persian, overblown flowers climbing in a trailing pattern with softened edges and available in distinct colourways. Use on upholstery to give a room an eclectic look and rich palette.
An elegant symmetrical fabric design printed on 100% cotton cloth, inspired by a collection of linens Morris first admired in the South Kensington Museum. Todays version has been printed with subtle shading to reproduce the aged patina of the original fabrics and is available in sumptuous colourways. A wonderful choice for statement furniture pieces.
Reportedly one of Morriss favourite designs and originally produced in 1876, this Indian-inspired fabric features clusters of snakeshead fritillaries and is an ideal design to team with larger scale Morris designs. Also available as a wallpaper of the same name, the rich colourways of this fabric have been printed on linen union, suitable for blinds, cushions, drapes and upholstery.