'Vases' carpet, designed by Duncan Grant for Virginia Woolf.

Inspiration for a modern quilt 'Vases' carpet, designed by Duncan Grant for Virginia Woolf.

Duncan Grant - Bloomsbury Group | Textile Design - delightful. @Nicholas Seymore Engert

Duncan Grant textile design Duncan Grant originally designed the Queen Mary fabric for the first class lounge, but unfortunately it was never used. The Queen Mary is suitable for Upholstery and Drapery

Vanessa Bell 'Maud' 1913

Printed linen panel “Maud” attributed to Vanessa Bell, manufactured by Besselievre at Maromme, Rouen for Omega Workshops. Named after Omega's patron, Lady Maud Alice Burke Cunard

A door inside Charleston the home and country meeting place for the writers, painters and intellectuals known as the Bloomsbury group. Painted by Vanessa Bell, Virginia Woolf's sister. http://www.etsy.com/shop/Colorbloom

Charleston: the Bloomsbury Group's retreat in pictures

Inside Charleston House, home to the Bloomsbury Group artists; Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant. In 1916 the artists Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant moved to Sussex

Christopher Farr - Rugs That Are True Works Of Art, Omega Workshops Rug now featured on Fab.

This printed linen furnishing fabric was designed and sold by The Omega Workshops Ltd. Founded in 1913 by Roger Fry, Omega Workshops was a group of artists (including Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant) who designed furniture, pottery, carpets, textiles, stained glass and whole schemes of interior decoration. The Omega textile designs were ahead of their time and set a fashion for abstract and geometric patterns.


❤︎ 'pamela' - printed linen furnishing fabric - Pamela designed for omega workshops - 1913