Morris And Co Archive II Prints Fabric

Morris And Co Archive II Prints Fabric Collection
The Morris and Co Archive II Prints fabric collection has five fabric designs that blend faithful reproductions from the original archive with new adaptations of William Morris's tapestry and typographical designs. Capturing the very essence of Morris & Co. whilst appealing to a 21st century audience. It mixes the old with the new as digital print technology has been applied to fabric printing for the first time in the history of the company, marking a new chapter in the story of Morris & Co, and bringing his designs even further back to life. Explore such new designs like the Morris and Co Forest Fabric in its new form which was designed by Alison Gee in 2013 this printed fabric has been inspired by Morris & Co.’s The Forest Tapestry, and some of the charming elements of the original have been combined to create a stunning repeating pattern and digitally printed on a modern velvet and linen. If you seek a fabric that will give an oriental theme within your home interior then consider the Bamboo fabric design which has been adapted from a design by E.W. Godwin of 1872. Godwin was highly influenced by Japanese design and often used bamboo motifs in his work, and this pattern was originally block printed by Jeffrey & Co, but brought back to life here. While Lodden with dramatic scrolling flowers and foliage design comes in two original colourways along with three new options. Pink and Rose originally designed by William Morris as a large scale block-printed wallpaper, this stylised design has now been re-drawn and adapted as a furnishing fabric that recreates the subtle effects of the transparent inks used to print the original. Finally Love Is Enough fabric is a cotton print with a delicate leaf pattern based on the wall design in the Green Dining Room at The Victoria and Albert Museum. All the fabrics are online and available to buy along with made to measure curtain and blind services if required.
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