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Gorgeous William Morris Rug

Gorgeous William Morris Rug

William Morris "Hammersmith" 1889 - This hand-knotted carpet is the first weaving of a design made by William Morris and his assistant J.H. Dearle. Two later weavings of the design were made. All of Morris & Co.'s hand-knotted carpets are called 'Hammersmiths' after the location of his London home, where they were first woven. Victoria & Albert Museum. He was a member of The Artists Rifles.

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elyssediamond: Bullerswood carpet William Morris woven by Morris & Co, Hammersmith, London, in about 1889 V&A museum [s] More Art Nouveau

In 1861 William Morris founded the company Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co, later known as Morris & Co, which was to spread his pioneering design throughout the world. An exhibition celebra...

150 years of Morris & Co

Wightwick Manor: The Great Parlour, with textiles & furniture designed by Morris & Co. The former home of the Mander family, Wightwick has one of the most complete surviving Arts & Crafts interiors.

Acanthus bed cover by William Morris, late 19th century

Acanthus bed cover, by William Morris -- High quality art prints, framed prints, canvases -- V Prints

There’s more to Danish style than blond wood and clean lines. Designer and journalist Isabella Smith's home near Copenhagen.

Delectably Danish: The Scandic aesthetic is turned on its head

There’s more to Danish style than blond wood and clean lines. Designer and journalist Isabella Smith’s home near Copenhagen combines colours with glossy black.

The Pomegranate Passage at Wightwick Manor in the West Midlands has one of the most complete surviving Arts & Crafts interiors. In 1861 William Morris founded the company Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co, later known as Morris & Co, which was to spread his pioneering design throughout the world.

The Pomegranate Passage at Wightwick Manor in the West Midlands has one of the most complete surviving Arts & Crafts interiors.

William Morris's country house in the Cotswolds - Turlish tiles around the fireplace and blue chairs in the white panelled sitting room at Kelmscott Manor, Kelmscott, Lechlade, Gloucestershire

Sitting room in Kelmscott, home of William Morris. Room dates to the the panelling is early and morris added the Turkish tiles around the fireplace in the late

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