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Archive III Wallpapers

Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of design history with Morris & Co.'s Archive III Wallpapers collection. For those who value the fusion of modern living with a palpable sense of legacy, this collection is the perfect solution. Inspired by archival documents spanning from 1870 to the First World War, this sophisticated collection showcases nine unique designs. In this collection, you'll encounter the unmistakable work of renowned names such as William Morris and his protégé, John Henry Dearle. Morris & Co. also takes pride in highlighting the contributions made by women artists and designers of the Arts and Crafts movement, featuring ‘Arbutus’ by Kathleen Kersey and ‘Bramble’ by Kate Faulkner. For a comprehensive understanding of this era's artistic zeitgeist, explore the Archive III Prints and Woodland Embroideries collections that beautifully complement the wallpapers.

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Morris and Co Archive III Wallpapers available to buy online, demonstrate the breadth of patterns in the Morris & Co. archive created by Morris and John Henry Dearle, and less well-known designers. The collection includes a number of designs such as Arbustus available in five colourways, replicating the rich tones of the original and introducing sophisticated, neutral versions for a different look. The popular Mary Isobel embroidery design has been transferred to wallpaper, as has the impressive Honeysuckle & Tulip first produced in 1876 it was an early Morris fabric design depicting entwined foliage and flower motifs in a mirrored pattern repeat now as a wallpaper it can add some heritage to your walls. The Rosehip Wallpaper interpretation of another fabric pattern cleverly resembles a tiled wall, while the pretty motifs, hand cut and printed from lino, give an authentic, block-printed look inspired by the ceramic tile decorations attributed to either Morris or William De Morgan. The wallpapers are available in classic, warm colour palettes and new, cool grey tones for the traditional and more contemporary interiors. Complemented by the Archive III Prints and Woodland Embroideries, there are nine wallpaper designs available.