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  • Anar Trellis Fabric

    £219.00 /m
    serpentine-crimson
    stockholm-blue-platinum-grey

    A fabulous large scale embroidery of stylised pomegranate seeds surrounded by a decorative trellis  this striking  dual purpose design is produced on a fine  tightly woven Ottoman base. The Serpentine colourway is as per the original document and the Stockholm colourway offers a pared back alternative.

    Available in two colourways: Serpentine/Crimson and Stockholm Blue/Platinum Grey

  • Ancient Canopy Fabric

    £119.00 /m
    forest-green
    moss
    sap-green

    This impressionist scene of ancient trees and arched  bowing branches  creates a dense canopy that draws the eye towards a secluded glade. Offering a beautiful feeling of perspective and depth  age old woodlands represent longevity  life  growth and strength. A diverse fabric  layer up for a maximalist look or go natural to create a countryside feel.

    Available in three colourways: Sap Green  Moss and Forest Green

  • Arils Garden Fabric

    £85.00 /m
    blue-claypink
    indigored
    olivemulberry
    tealrusset

    Named after a pomegranate’s delicious jewel-coloured treasures and painted in a style reminiscent of indiennes  our trailing garden design features stylised flowers  a friendly grasshopper  beetles and a crested tit.

    Available in four colourways: Indigo/Red  Blue Clay/Pink  Olive/Mulberry and Teal/Russet

  • Avalonis Fabric

    £149.00 /m
    black-gold

    Avalonis is a mythical landscape of small interlinking islands  threaded together like inviable chapters. Created by Royal College of Art graduate  Ruth Blanke  they characterise the connection between humans and animals. Avalonis represents the flow of eternal life  navigating and negotiating  limited only by the challenges we face. Produced on sumptuous cotton velvet or smart cotton satin.

    Available in two colourways: Como Blue/Koi (velvet) and Vine Black/Gold (cotton satin)

  • Avalonis Velvet Fabric

    £209.00 /m
    como-blue-koi

    Avalonis is a mythical landscape of small interlinking islands  threaded together like inviable chapters. Created by Royal College of Art graduate  Ruth Blanke  they characterise the connection between humans and animals. Avalonis represents the flow of eternal life  navigating and negotiating  limited only by the challenges we face. Produced on sumptuous cotton velvet or smart cotton satin.

    Available in two colourways: Como Blue/Koi (velvet) and Vine Black/Gold (cotton satin)

  • Bachelors Button Fabric

    £145.00 /m
    burnt-orangesky
    leaf-greensky

    Inspired by an archive pattern book with Batchelor’s Button on the cover  we’re proud to say this design was the catalyst for Ben Pentreath’s Queen Square collection. Given a modern twist and an undeniable vibrancy  dramatic swirling leaves  painted in the style of a medieval fresco  coil amongst this show stopper of a fabric.

    Available in two colourways: Leaf Green/Sky and Burnt Orange/Sky

  • Bird Tapestry Fabric

    £349.00 /m
    tump-green

    Paired birds alternate between perched and in-flight in this serene 1878 tapestry design from William Morris. Surprising bursts of colour emerge upon closer inspection  pulling the eye towards the original hand-driven jacquard loom production quality. William Morris designed Bird in 1878 to adorn the walls of his own drawing room in Kelmscott House. His friend and neighbour  the noted typographer Sir Emery Walker  adorned his dining room with an identical Bird tapestry after receiving an inheritance from either Morris or Philip Webb  the famous Arts & Crafts architect.

    Our modern Bird tapestry retains William Morris’s high regard for craftsmanship  being woven by Morris & Co. craftspeople right here in the UK using a cotton-wool blend (80% wool).

    Available in two colourways: Tump Green and Webb’s Blue

  • Bluebell Fabric

    £119.00 /m
    indigorose
    leaf-greensweet-briar
    leafy-arbour

    Perhaps one of the most endearing qualities of William Morris was his love for ordinary flowers  native to the UK. Bluebell is an 1876 design that takes as its subject the charming  but common  bluebell flower. Morris’s design is a richly packed symmetrical arrangement and continues his tradition of naming the design after the secondary flower. Framed by bold acanthus leaves and entwined by larger foliage  the humble bluebell weaves this design together like it does the forest floor in spring.

    Available in three colourways: Leafy Arbour  Indigo/Rose and Leaf Green/Sweet Briar

  • Bonsai & Gingko Fabric

    £125.00 /m
    blue-237278
    midnightorange-237277
    ruby-237276

    Bonsai & Gingko Fabric designed by Sanderson. This wonderfully soft cotton velvet with jacquard weft detail was designed in the Sanderson studio. Its durable and an excellent choice for upholstery, with a forest of gingko and bonsai trees creating a stunning treetop canopy.

  • Borage Fabric

    £89.00 /m
    barbed-berry
    indigo
    sunflower

    Morris & Co. are thrilled to re-introduce Borage  an 1883 design by William Morris. Originally conceived as a furnishing fabric  Borage’s spirited floral pattern and multiple axes of symmetry bring a lively point of visual interest to any furniture item. Beloved by bees and other pollinators  Borage is a perfect example of William Morris drawing ideas about ornamenting interiors from the natural world.

    Borage re-enters the Morris & Co. range due to the collaboration collection with Emery Walker’s House  the historic home of noted typographer and close friend of William Morris. Walker  dutiful to the design ideas of his friend William Morris  has used Borage as a furnishing fabric in his drawing room to great effect.

    Available in three colourways: Sunflower  Indigo (loyal to Emery’s original) and Barbed Berry

  • Bower Fabric

    £119.00 /m
    barbed-berryindigo
    herballweld
    indigo

    The definition of a bower  a pleasant  shady place under trees or climbing plants in a garden or forest  aptly describes this upliftingly rich design. Registered as a William Morris pattern in 1877  Bower depicts a floral wonderland of foliage and flowers ripe with life. The Bough’s Green/Rose colourway is the closest to the joyous original  whilst Indigo and Barbed Berry/Indigo offer moodier and cooler hues respectively with Herball/Weld being a happy mid-tone.

    Available in four colourways: Bough’s Green-Rose  Herball/Weld  Indigo and Barbed Berry/Indigo

  • Casual 1.4 M Fabric

    £81.00 /m
    amande-douce
    ambre
    blanc-optique
    bleu-canard
    bleu-indigo
    celadon
    chocolat
    cognac
    craie
    eucalyptus
    fraise
    grege
    grenat
    ivoire
    jaune-pale
    jeans
    marine
    mimosa
    moutarde
    noir
    ocre
    opaline
    orage
    orange-brulee
    perle
    petrole
    rose-poudree
    rouille
    sable
    tabac
    terre-de-sienne
    topaze
    vanille
    vert-imperial
    vert-mousse
    vert-tilleul

    For the third time, Casamance publishes Linen and adds to the collection with a range of colours in-keeping with current times. Timeless essentials, available in single or double width.

  • Casual 3 M Fabric

    £123.60 /m
    acier
    arctique
    argile
    beige
    blanc-optique
    ciel
    craie
    curry
    grege
    gris-cendre
    gris-fusain
    gris-nuage
    ivoire
    jaune-pale
    jeans
    kaki
    lilas
    perle
    pierre-bleue
    rose-poudree
    sable
    taupe
    vanille
    vert-de-gris

    For the third time, Casamance publishes Linen and adds to the collection with a range of colours in-keeping with current times. Timeless essentials, available in single or double width.

  • Chintz Fabric

    £149.00 /m
    blue-stone
    cobalt
    quartz-grey

    This design featured in the first ever Zoffany collection and has remained a firm favourite ever since. Originally produced as a wallpaper for Temple Newsam  a stately home near Leeds  tropical birds perch on gnarled branches amongst springtime flowers on this 100% linen print.

    Available in three colourways: Blue Stone  Cobalt and Quartz Grey

  • Chroma Fabric

    £79.00 /m
    indigoparchment-sky

    Fauvisimo – Chroma. A painterly horizontal striped fabric. When used for curtains and blinds  this fabric draws the eye to the view beyond.

  • Compton Fabric

    £119.00 /m
    spring
    summer-yellow

    Just like a rekindled love affair  Ben discovered this iconic print stowed away in our archive. Instantly mesmerised  he recoloured and updated Compton to include cheerful daffodil yellows and vibrant pops of indigo blue  poppy red and sunset orange.

    Designed by John Henry Dearle in 1895  especially for Compton Hall in Wolverhampton  the original pattern required two sets of woodblocks to print all 28 colours. Available in two colourways: Spring and Gorse Yellow.

  • Coromandel Weave Fabric

    £189.00 /m
    blue-stone
    tigers-eye

    Named after India’s Coromandel coast  where hand block printed fabrics are created to showcase artisan techniques  this contemporary weave is a reinterpretation of an archive design. Replicating all the original detail on a lustrous satin ground  this design is perfect for curtains and lightly used upholstery.

    Available in two colourways: Blue Stone and Tiger’s Eye

  • Daffodil Fabric

    £145.00 /m
    cove-bluechocolate
    pinkleaf-green

    Ben Pentreath has taken the distinctive daffodils that grace this 1891 John Henry Dearle design and pumped up the colour! Scaled down slightly  the Pink/Leaf Green colourway reinterprets a magical  wildflower meadow and Cove Blue/Chocolate captures the freshness of a clear springtime sky.

    Available in two colourways: Pink/Leaf Green and Cove Blue/Chocolate

  • Daisy Embroidery Fabric

    £209.00 /m

    Bursts of vivid multicolour please the eye at every turn in this newly embroidered fabric version of Morris & Co.’s earliest wallpaper (1864)  Daisy. Hand-knotted finishes to the floral detailing couple with chunky stitching help to convey a crafted  tactile feel on a 100% linen base cloth. What makes Daisy so iconic are the sprays of floral miniatures inspired by William Morris’s visits to the British Museum’s illuminated manuscripts  creating a design which looks back on centuries of craftwork.

    Today’s Daisy Embroidery takes as its source the Daisy wallpaper featured in the Arts & Crafts home of noted typographer  book printer and friend of Morris  Sir Emery Walker.

    Available in one colourway: Cream Multi

  • Dallimore Fabric

    £79.00 /m
    fawn-multi
    indigomulti
    inkwoodmulti
    mulberry-multi

    This beautiful archival floral trail of rambling woodland flowers is named after Kent’s Dallimore Valley. Coloured to sit across the entire Sanderson Arboretum collection  intricate dot detail harks back to the design’s block printed origins.

    Available in four colourways: Indigo/Multi  Fawn/Multi  Inkwood/Multi and Mulberry/Multi

  • Dorothys Kilim Fabric

    £185.00 /m
    barbed-berryindigo
    sunflowertump-green

    The delicately embroidered stripe design of this striking kilim lends to a room a diversity of pattern as well as added depth and a tactile finish. Dorothy’s Kilim draws from the original found in the bedroom of Dorothy Walker  the well-travelled daughter of Sir Emery (noted typographer and close friend of William Morris’s). This colourful kilim is decorated in the Persian style and features geometric motifs typical of kilims from the old Persian Empire — Turkey and Turkic states.

    Morris & Co. are thrilled to introduce only their second kilim ever for the Emery Walker’s House collection. Dorothy  like her father  travelled widely and rejoiced in the local craft traditions  as is evidenced by this iconic kilim.

    Available in two colourways: Barbed Berry/Indigo and Sunflower/Tump Green

  • Eco Takara Fabric

    £65.00 /m
    baked-terracottarust
    black-earthpumice
    frostsilver-willow
    ochretemple-grey

    A reinvention of our iconic Takara fabric  Eco Takara is made from 92% recycled polyester. Four nature inspired colourways  including tonal blues and classic greys. blend to create this large-scale inky jacquard. A stunning choice to frame your windows  Eco Takara has a contemporary matt appearance.

    Available in four colourways: Black Earth/Pumice  Ochre/Temple Grey  Baked Terracotta/Rust  Frost/Silver Willow