This multi-directional paper was originally designed by William Morris as part of a commission for the redecoration of the Grand Staircase in St James’s Palace, London in 1881. This surface printed wallpaper retains a beautiful opaque chalky finish.
Chrysanthemum was originally designed as a wallpaper by William Morris in 1877 with winding blooms against a foliage background. In this toile interpretation, elegant linework enhances the detail and form of the original pattern, recoloured here to sit alongside the Simply Morris collection.
The swirling rhythms and complex structure of this wallpaper made it the choice for Morris himself when decorating his dining room at Kelmscott House. Designed in 1876, this surface printed wallpaper is available in feminine yet robust colourways.
Produced in 1879, Kate Faulkner’s small-scale all-over design of elegant hibiscus (mallow) flowers reflects the natural habit of this low growing far reaching annual plant. Hugely versatile, use alongside Mallow wallpaper or together with other Morris & Co. designs.
Produced in 1879, Kate Faulkner’s small-scale all-over design of elegant hibiscus (mallow) flowers reflects the natural habit of this low growing far reaching annual plant. Hugely versatile, use alongside Mallow fabric or together with other Morris & Co. designs.
Entwined lily stems and tendrils are arrange along a strong diagonal, designed by J.H. Dearles in 1899. One of the greatest legacies of Morris & Co. this wallpaper is printed in airy colourways, along with two deeper colourways - both styles creating drama in their own way.
With a single colour Morris created stunning patterns which worked equally well when applied to wallpaper and fabric. This design from 1875 is one such pattern with versatility and an enduring appeal at its heart.
Pomegranates and Indian-inspired motifs cover this small-scale fabric design. Available in versatile colourways, this design is a good way to introduce Morris design into smaller rooms on upholstery and curtains and is printed on a linen-mix cloth in jewel-like colourways.
Quintessentially Morris, scrolling flowers and foliage cover this 100% cotton upholstery fabric design from 1883. Originally discharge printed at Merton Abbey, great care has been taken to maintain the marks, textures and colours of the hand block-printed fabric. It is printed in two original colourways along with three modern options and suitable for blinds, cushions, drapes and upholstery.