Morris & Co. Wallpapers at Lines of Pinner

William Morris (1834-1896) was the single most influential designer of the nineteenth century. Under his direction Morris & Co. grew into a flourishing and fashionable decorating firm renowned for its wallpapers and textiles. Originating in the Arts and Crafts movement popular in late Victorian ‘artistic homes of taste’, the company’s designs have never been more widely appreciated than they are now. Today Morris & Co. guarantees authentic versions of those designs alongside new interpretations, using innovations in printing and weaving technology to create up-to-date fabric and wallpaper designs with timeless appeal.

 

Archive - view all

Artichoke (1898) (210353) Branch (1871) (210373) Fruit (1864) (210395) Garden Craft (1908) (210356) Garden Tulip (1885) (210391) Golden Lily (1899) (210398) Marigold (1875) (210366) Meadow Sweet (1904) (210347) Pimpernel (1876) (210386) Scroll (1871) (210362) Willow (1874) (210380)

 

Morris Compendium - view all

Acorn (WM7422-1) Arbutus (WM8466-1) Chrysanthemum (WM7612-8) Compton (WR7675-2) Daisy (WR8479-1) Fruit (WR8048-1) Honeysuckle (WM7611-4) Iris (WR8042-1) Savernake (WR8480-3) Standen (WR8045-1) Sunflower (WM7197-3) Willow Bough Minor (WR7676-1) Willow Boughs (WM7614-1)

 

Morris II - view all

Garden Tulip (WM8552-1) Golden Lily (WM8556-1) Medway (WM8555-1) Tulip & Willow (WM8554-1) Windrush (WM8553-2)

 

Morris III - view all

Blackthorn (WM8610-1) Owen Jones (WM8606-2) Thistle (WM8608-1)

 

Morris IV - view all

Acanthus Scroll (DMORAC102) Brer Rabbit (DMORBR105) Merton (DMORME102) Pearwood (DMORPE104) Sunflower Etch (DMORSU101) Trellis (DMORTR101)

 

Morris V - view all

Chrysanthemum Toile (DMOWCH101) Gilt Trellis (DMOWGI101) Granada (DMOWGR102) Honeycombe (DMOWHO105) Indian (DMOWIN101) Lily Leaf (DMOWLI103) Morris Rose (DMOWMO103) Red House (DMOWRE103) Thistle (DMOWTH101)