The Pure Morris North Wallpaper range are inspired by the diary entries from William Morris’s Icelandic expedition in 1871 and have captured the hearts of the Morris and Co. design studio, resulting in ten wallpaper designs. Well-loved archive designs have been carefully reworked to reflect the colours of Morris’s Icelandic Journal, with gentle mica finishes and metallic highlights. Designs like Pure Bachelors Button are available in two choice colour ways faded Sea Pink and calming Grey Blue and taking inspiration from medieval wall murals the design has been enlarged in scale and painted it in the style of medieval frescos with dramatic effect. While Pimpernel also has been enlarged in scale and repainted in soft watercolour tones on a textural ground as though painted as a mural on lime plaster. The design of Thistle allows the use of chalky white beading and stony grit effects which are in combination with modern greys and subtle metallic finishes to bring a classic to life. Pure Scroll has been refined by removing the daisy motif from the original pattern and simplifying the scrolling leaf motifs, to create a refined design that has a smart and contemporary feel, which is available in four colourways but with textured as all been printed with grit particles. Pure Fruit, also available in four colourways, and one of the earliest and most well-loved of William Morris's designs, has been carefully reworked with the design elements simplified, respaced and refined the beautiful opaque and chalky quality of the inks used enhance the character of the original document. So be sure to explore these designs which capture the tenacity of dramatic landscapes reaching to soft misty shores, as the delicate watercolour tones of Pure Morris North meet with the gentle mica finishes and metallic highlights of the collection's ten stunning wallpaper designs.