One of the most enduring interiors brands is the Morris & Co. collections. Their long history and innovations continue to capture imaginations.
A key part of their legacy is due to William Morris, a highly influential figure of the Arts & Crafts Movement. He founded the company in 1861 with his associates under the name Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co. This decorating company made beautifully handcrafted products and furnishings.
In 1875, Morris then took control of the company and Morris & Co. was born. They became best-known for their wallpaper and fabric designs. This was in no small part due to Morris' reputation as a pattern maker.
In 1940 they went into liquidation but their archive was bought by another British heritage brand, Arthur Sanderson & Sons. These designs have been re-printed, re-imagined, re-coloured, and often built on and around ever since.
Matching wallpaper and fabric has become a staple of the Morris & Co. collections. Complementing designs are also a mainstay that allow beautiful rooms to be built around their iconic patterns.
They are the ideal way to stay true to beautiful architecture in historical homes. The new colours have also offered the opportunity to introduce them into more modern spaces.
The Arts & Crafts look has also seen a resurgence in recent years making it a stylish addition to interiors. See the latest Morris & Co. collections and fall in love with these timeless styles.
William Morris created these wallpaper and fabric designs from inspirational carpets and materials taken from the East. They are complemented by equally exotic designs found in Country homes including Standen House and Wightwick Manor.
This fabric and wallpaper collection was created from archival documents from 1870 to World War I. Beautiful patterns make timeless statement pieces, on sofas or feature walls and two-tone prints are perfect throughout a room.
These wallpapers and fabrics are made using innovative printing techniques to recreate classic designs. They are the perfect way to update a country home whilst staying true to the original architecture and feel of the property.
Woven fabric, prints, and wallpaper designs have been inspired by William Morris' best known works. There are re-interpretations of originals that are synonymous with the designer. There's also new designs inspired by them.
This fabric and wallpaper collection has been created from documents in the William Morris archive. Chosen to appeal to the Arts & Crafts revival, it's full of earthy tones and bold designs are to match more modern sensibilities.
Our customer created this stunning cottage bedroom around a leafy Morris wallpaper. Here's how they got the look and you can too.
This beautiful velvet fabric has been printed with the highly sought-after Strawberry Thief pattern. We couldn't resist creating a bedroom scheme.