Taken from our archive this design was originally a ceiling paper by Arts and Crafts designer Andrew Brophy (1844-1912). We’ve recreated the structure of the trellis and added flowers and leaves from one of May Morris’s original designs to create Brophy Trellis an incredibly usable design which pairs beautifully with other Morris & Co. fabrics and wallpapers. Available in four colourways: Linen/Sage Russet/Gold Ivory/Sage and Deep Teal
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.
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