William Morris Four Seasons Windows

"Four Seasons: Summer". Arts and Crafts style stained glass depicting the four seasons design by William Morris. From the Dining Room at Cragside House, Northumberland, England

Made to Measure Curtains, Curtains Made For Free, Sanderson Fabrics, Harlequin Fabrics, Morris Fabrics. > Morris & Co Forest (Velvet)

Made to Measure Curtains, Curtains Made For Free, Sanderson Fabrics, Harlequin Fabrics, Morris Fabrics. > Morris & Co Forest (Velvet)

Made to Measure Curtains, Curtains Made For Free, Sanderson Fabrics, Harlequin Fabrics, Morris Fabrics. > Morris & Co Forest (Velvet)

Strawberry Thief Cotton Fabric A classic William Morris floral and bird design in indigo with lighter blues, beiges and greens.

Strawberry Thief Cotton Fabric A classic William Morris floral and bird design in indigo with lighter blues, beiges and greens.

Roman Blinds in Strawberry Thief Fabric - Chocolate/Slate - William Morris & Co Archive Prints Collection

Strawberry Thief Wallpaper - Chocolate/Slate - William Morris & Co Archive 2 Wallpapers Collection

Granada wallpaper - Morris V. As used on the Great British Interior Design Challenge.


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The Brook Fabric - Tapestry Blue (224497) - William Morris & Co Archive 3 Fabrics Collection

The Brook Fabric - Tapestry Blue (224497) - William Morris & Co Archive 3 Fabrics Collection

The Original Morris & Co - Arts and crafts, fabrics and wallpaper designs by William Morris & Company | Search - find your perfect Morris design with our comprehensive search tools | British/UK Fabrics and Wallpapers

The Original Morris & Co - Arts and crafts, fabrics and wallpaper designs by William Morris & Company | Search - find your perfect Morris design with our comprehensive search tools | British/UK Fabrics and Wallpapers

William Morris Four Seasons Windows by Thorskegga, Dining room at Cragside House, once the home of Lord Armstrong. Northumberland, ENGLAND  (via Flickr)

William Morris Four Seasons Windows by Thorskegga, Dining room at Cragside House, once the home of Lord Armstrong. Northumberland, ENGLAND (via Flickr)

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