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  • Carefully reworked from the original Kathleen Kersey design created on the eve of World War I, this wallpaper features stems, leaves and berries in rich colourways replicating the deep tones of the original and introducing sophisticated neutral versions for a lighter look. An embroidery fabric of the same name is also available.

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  • Magnificent oversized artichoke motifs create drama and impact on this wallpaper design, originally designed as a multicoloured wallpaper by John Henry Dearle in 1898. Reintroduced in a stunning monotone version, use this wallpaper in both classic and contemporary settings.

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  • A stylised pattern of blackberry briars with berries and white flowers cover this wallpaper designed in 1879 by Kate Faulkner - a talented sister of one of the partners of Morris & Co. Available as a fabric of the same name, this design is produced in dramatic colourways.

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  • This wonderfully ornate Morris wallpaper design from 1877 was originally printed using wood blocks to imitate Japanese Leather papers, which was a technique perfected by Jeffrey and Co. in the 1880s. Todays version faithfully reproduces some of the earliest colourways whilst introducing a new softer palette with subtle metallic highlights.

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  • Daisy was the first wallpaper to be produced by Morris & Co. and was inspired by medieval illustrations. Morris created this design after embroidering daisy motifs on wallhangings for the Red House. This version retains the naively drawn daisies and ranunculuses of the wallpaper but has been simplified by the removal of background tufts of grass and is available in the original colourways.
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  • 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. A fabric of the same name is also available.

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  • Less rigid and defined than a classic floral pattern, each colourful spray within our Hegemone wallpaper is wonderfully optimistic and looks almost as if it has been cut from paper. Taking its name from the Greek goddess of fruit and flowers, the design blooms freely in all directions to bring your walls to life.

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  • Elegant in design and colour, this gravure printed wallpaper has been produced using mica and metallic effects and was inspired by Morriss watercolour paintings of Honeysuckle from 1876. The Morris & Co. studio created this new artwork with fine ink, pencil and watercolour. This design is also available as a printed fabric and embroidery of the same name.

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  • Sumptuous in design and colour, this wallpaper is a faithful reproduction of an early paper from 1868-70 thought to have been designed by George Gilbery Scott.  The log books reveals it is the most recoloured design over the decades. Similar in appearance to the block-printed original, this surflex printed version comes in two colours to match the fabric from the Morris V Collection.

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  • 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.

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  • With a single colour Morris created stunning patterns which worked equally well when applied to wallpaper and fabric. This wallpaper from 1875 is one such design with versatility at its heart and an enduring appeal, with a matching fabric of the same name available. Recommended Paste: Elite Ready Mixed Tub Paste
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  • Adapted from an early 19th century French design, this bountiful wallpaper was originally painted with a soft watercolour technique and is produced in antique colourways. A fabric of the same name is also available. Recommended Paste Elite Ready Mixed Tub Paste

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  • A free-flowing wallpaper pattern, capturing the underwater movement of plants and inspired by the sinuous curves of Art Nouveau. This authentic reproduction from a document from the Morris & Co. archive, designed by J. H. Dearle in 1901, is printed in jewel-like colourways, and also available as a fabric.
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  • 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 painterly design is available in feminine yet robust colourways.

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  • 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 painterly design is available in robust, feminine colourways.

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  • Intertwining roses and meandering flowering carnations meander over this wallpaper creating a vertical pattern repeat. Originally conceived in 1890 by Morris, it was hand-printed using two sets of wood blocks and this reinterpretation is available in delicate floral colourways to bring the garden inside.

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  • A modern barcode stripe in a dazzling colour palette, this design works in perfect harmony with the entire Little Treasures collection.
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  • Trailing leaves and marigold flowers meander over a background of smaller leaves taken from the Branch wallpaper. Inspired by medieval book illuminations and designed by Morris in 1871, this wallpaper is infinitely useable and relaxed.

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  • A cheeky bird pecks at delicious strawberries on this enticing flock-effect wallpaper. Reproduced with subtle textures to retain the look of the original hand-printed design and also available as a printed fabric and embroidery.

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  • First produced in 1884, this opulent wallpaper design features a striped meandering diagonal branch from which flowers emanate. The original would have needed 32 blocks to print it. Todays version is available in a stunning array of colourways including an icy stone version, perfect for all walls of the room. Take a look at the fabric of the same name.

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