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William morris 'grafton' 1883 by Design Decoration Craft, via Flickr

WILLIAM MORRIS DESIGN The colours are all quite neutral and plain which makes the design seem a bit boring and old-fashioned. The only colour which does stand out is the pink. A lot of the elements of the design are repeated, such as the pattern and shapes. He uses lines cleverly on the flowers to give them depth and a 3-D feel. Most of the other lines and shapes are very curvy.

William Morris design for fabric for my dining room

did a project in high school on William Morris and I still recognize his work whenever I see it

‘Anemone’ printed textile design by William Morris, produced by Morris & Co in 1876. via The Textile Blog

love this wallpaper, don't think that I could actually handle a whole wall, but maybe a frame or something.