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  • Caroline Garnier

    Michaelmas Daisy Fabric Designer Fabrics and Wallpapers by Sanderson, Harlequin, Morris, Osborne, Little And many more

  • sara s.

    William Morris' "Michaelmas Daisy" wallpaper - this hangs as curtains and on an armchair in my parents' living room

  • Nicole Doran

    flower pattern.

  • Chiara M

    William Morris' "Michaelmas Daisy" fabric

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Los tapizados en color verde agua pueden quedar realmente fantásticos. Un papel tapiz que intercale un poco de esta tonalidad estrella con un poco de color blanco dará como resultado un diseño fresco, sencillo y muy agradable a la vista. Para complementar, no hay nada mejor que un poco de madera barnizada. El contraste quedará magnífico.

'Bird and anemone' textile design by William Morris, produced by Morris & Co in 1882 __ posted on flickr by John Hopper, for The Textile Blog

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William Morris def my fave. Def ~ and out of printish. Sigh.

Blackthorn wallpaper designed by William Morris for Morris and Co, 1892. Manufactured by Jeffrey and Co. (London). Woodblock print, 27 x 21 1/2" (68.6 x 54.6 cm)

Blackthorn design, 1892. William Morris (British, 1834-96). Wood-block print. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.