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
This beautifully printed design of birds and flowerheads trailing a central fruit tree was inspired by a version of the Kelmscott Manor bed hangings crafted for Melsetter House in Scotland. Now translated into a print this new design by Morris & Co. has been painted to create a fresco effect that represents the colourways of the Orkney landscape. Available in three colourways: Indigo Linen and Grey
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.
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.
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.
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.
For Morris, tapestry was the highest form of decorative art. Inspired in part by J. H. Dearle’s The Brook Tapestry and the friezes that sit beneath the Holy Grail Tapestries, this digitally printed fabric design recreates the crispness and beautiful detail of medieval tapestries. One colourway is printed on cotton velvet and two on textured cloth reminiscent of original tapestry surfaces. Also available as a wide-width wallpaper.
For Morris, tapestry was the highest form of decorative art. Inspired in part by J. H. Dearles The Brook Tapestry and the friezes that sit beneath the Holy Grail Tapestries, this digitally printed fabric design recreates the crispness and beautiful detail of medieval tapestries. One colourway is printed on cotton velvet and two on textured cloth reminiscent of original tapestry surfaces. Also available as a wide-width wallpaper.
Designed by Alison Gee in 2013 this printed fabric depicts scrolling acanthus leaves peacocks hares and foxes amongst bunches of wild flowers digitally printed on velvet and linen for added luxury and inspired by the Forest Tapestry by Morris & Co. Use alongside rich antique wood and painted panelling.
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.
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.
Adapted from an embroidery designed by J.H. Dearle this colourful design depicts a large fruiting tree with tulips and acanthus leaves. It has been interpreted as a print with delicate line work to imitate stitches and is on linen.
Inspired by Morris & Co.s medieval tapestries, this exquisite design features delicate printed trees and foliage carefully placed on plain linen-mix cloth, with a tapesty quality to the printed surface. Suitable for blinds, cushions, drapes and upholstery.
Bamboo has been adapted from a design by E.W. Godwin of 1872. Like Morris Godwin was dedicated to beautifying the home and Oscar Wilde referred to him as One of the most artistic spirits of this century in England. Godwin was highly influenced by Japanese design and often used bamboo motifs in his work. Originally block printed by Jeffrey & Co. samples of the wallpaper can be found in the Morris & Co. Archive. This adaptation is taken from the original hand-painted watercolour housed in the Victoria and Albert Museum.
KELMSCOTT TREE - An interpretation of the lavishly embroidered bed curtains from Morris home Kelmscott Manor. The trellis background on the original has been removed and the design repainted creating a wonderful arrangement of trees birds and flowers.
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.