Artful colorations and patterns characterize the work of William Morris (British, 18341896), one of the founders of the Arts and Crafts movement and a forerunner of modern design. In 1861, he co-founded a London interior design firm (reorganized in 1875 as Morris & Co.) to create a full range of handcrafted household objects.
William Morris (British, 18341896) was a prolific designer of wallpapers and fabrics, which he often based on indigenous English plants. Our lovely throw is adapted from Flower Garden, a silk textile in the Museums collection created by Morris & Co. in 1879. Wool/viscose. Dry clean only. Imported. 72” x 58”.
Dry clean only
72” x 58”