Sign up to our newsletter for 10% off your first order 

5 start Reviews Reviews section         reviews

Morris and Co Archive III Prints

Archive III Prints is a homage to the bygone era, encapsulating the rich heritage of Morris & Co. between 1870 and the First World War. This collection, comprising of ten meticulously curated designs, showcases the brilliance of familiar figures like William Morris and John Henry Dearle. What makes it truly special is its nod to the female artisans of the Arts and Crafts movement. For those looking to weave a tale of legacy into their homes, whether it be through William Morris curtains or elegant upholstery, this collection stands as an epitome of timeless elegance and rich history.

Morris and Co Archive III Prints
Morris and Co Archive III Prints
Read More
Shop By
Colour carrat-down
Brand carrat-down
Usage carrat-down
Price carrat-down
Morris And Co Archive III Prints Fabric Collection
Morris and Co Archive III fabrics and complimentary wallpaper collection of the same name available online to buy. This collection of Archive III Prints brings together faithful reproductions of classic fabrics including Tulip and Snakeshead with new, exciting designs such as Rosehip, Swans and one of our favorites Primrose & Columbine all inspired by Morris’ ceramic tiles. Do not forget also the Grapevine fabric which recalls the theme often used in Morris’ border decorations for manuscripts, and has been produced from the same lino-printing method as others. Some of the designs are re-created from his historical wallpaper patterns including Pimpernel and Morris Seaweed Fabric. The Brook fabric design honors the magnificent tapestries produced by Morris & Co., and Dearle as for Morris, tapestry was the highest form of decorative art. Inspired in part by J. H. Dearles The Brook Tapestry, and the friezes that sit beneath the Holy Grail Tapestries, The Brook has been newly created where figital printing recreates all the crispness and abundance of beautiful detail, which was the special characteristic of medieval tapestries. The fantastic Bramble fabric design is available in four colourways, designed by Kate Faulkner in 1879, Bramble has an all-over pattern of full blackberry briars, with berries and white flowers on a green ground and looks stunning as an upholstery fabric. The Archive III Prints collection is full of historical gems that combine innovative print techniques with the timeless appeal of Morris & Co., and all are suitable for upholstery and drapes. Please contact us should you any made to measure curtain services.