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DIY: ombre t-shirt (make your own). Might also be cool to try taping or covering a section of the shirt in a pattern/design and then removing the tape after spraying so that you get a really cool imprint on the shirt. Dont know if it will work or not though... just a thought

MY DIY | Ombre T | I SPY DIY

DIY tassel tote... SO CLEVER

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Spring's Splendor

Freshly Pieced Modern Quilts: WIP Wednesday: Lotsa Tops

Freshly Pieced Modern Quilts: WIP Wednesday: Lotsa Tops

Blossoms and Birds | Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum 1905–13. Block-printed on paper. Made by Zuber et Cie. France

Blossoms and Birds | Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Tile panel consisting of 66 six-inch tiles for bathroom at Membland Hall - William Morris and William De Moran

The Soul of Arts and Crafts - William Morris Tile

In January 1891, Morris founded the Kelmscott Press at Hammersmith, London, in order to produce books by traditional methods, using, as far as possible, the printing technology and typographical style of the fifteenth century. In this he was reflecting the tenets of the Arts and Crafts movement, and responding to the mechanisation and mass-production of contemporary book-production methods and to the rise of lithography, particularly those lithographic prints designed to look like woodcuts.

William Morris

William Morris and Philip Webb, Red House, Bexley, UK

Kelmscott Manor

Our Trip To England, March-April 2007

25. William Morris: Red House: Interior front door: everything in this house is a bit of a marvel from the architectural drawings to the tapestries and glass work:

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William Morris- The Red House

Red House: The Garden Porch Tiles - William Morris Tile

"The only house commissioned, created and lived in by William Morris, founder of the Arts & Crafts movement, Red House is a building of extraordinary architectural and social significance.

William Morris Fan Club: Red House Ceilings

Chaucer--Kelmscott edition

Kelmscott Chaucer - William Morris art print

William Morris 1834-1896

Illuminated pages of William Morris.

Illuminated pages of William Morris.

Vintage Printable

This is an original design made by Morris in the process of working out the repeat and the colouring for the 'Acanthus' wallpaper which was produced in 1875. It is a working drawing, on the same scale as the finished wallpaper, but it does not show the whole pattern. It was intended as a guide for the printer to use when matching the colours. Pencil notes with instructions and questions about the colours have been added to the drawing by the printer. Designs & Designing In the mid-1870s ...

Acanthus | Morris, William | V&A Search the Collections

William Morris decor

The Red House in Bexleyheath by William Morris

William Morris Red House inredning

William Morris fireplace

Lighting & Heating - Accessories - Arts & Crafts Home

Bed at Kelmscott Manor

Welcome to Kelmscott Manor

Red House (a Grade I Listed Building), Bexleyheath ~ the painted Settle-cum-Cupboard in the Hall

Red House (a Grade I Listed Building), Bexleyheath ~ One of the Bullet Windows in the First Floor Corridor

Red House (a Grade I Listed Building), Bexleyheath ~ one of the Stain Glass Windows in the Ground-Floor Corridor