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Magnolia Wallpaper, by Lewis Foreman Day. England, 1891

Magnolia Wallpaper, by Lewis Foreman Day. England, 1891

2008BT7195-01  © Victoria and Albert Museum, London  Wallpaper, by William Morris. England, late 19th century

2008BT7195-01 © Victoria and Albert Museum, London Wallpaper, by William Morris. England, late 19th century

The Grotesque, by Lewis Foreman Day. England, 1886

The Grotesque, by Lewis Foreman Day. England, 1886

Furnishing fabric | Liberty & Co. Ltd. | V&A. Printed furnishing fabric sample. White cotton with an all over pattern of slender floral and foliate stems amidst which perch small exotic birds. In blues, greens, yellow and black. Design adapted from various Indian and Persian sources. Designed in ca. 1906-1910 and retailed in London, England by Liberty.

Furnishing fabric

Furnishing fabric | Liberty & Co. Ltd. | V&A. Printed furnishing fabric sample. White cotton with an all over pattern of slender floral and foliate stems amidst which perch small exotic birds. In blues, greens, yellow and black. Design adapted from various Indian and Persian sources. Designed in ca. 1906-1910 and retailed in London, England by Liberty.

Francesca Art Nouveau-inspired #wallpaper by Walter Crane, England, 1902 l Victoria and Albert Museum

Francesca Art Nouveau-inspired #wallpaper by Walter Crane, England, 1902 l Victoria and Albert Museum

Poetica Fabrics by Harlequin - Named after a species of daffodil, Poetica is an enchanting homage to the natural beauty and intrinsic charm of England’s spectacular countryside and its delightful cottage gardens.

Poetica Fabrics by Harlequin - Named after a species of daffodil, Poetica is an enchanting homage to the natural beauty and intrinsic charm of England’s spectacular countryside and its delightful cottage gardens.

2006BE6865-01  © Victoria and Albert Museum, London  Lodden furnishing fabric, by William Morris. England, 1883

2006BE6865-01 © Victoria and Albert Museum, London Lodden furnishing fabric, by William Morris. England, 1883

2006AM9101-01  © Victoria and Albert Museum, London  Brentwood wallpaper, by William Morris. England, late 19th century

2006AM9101-01 © Victoria and Albert Museum, London Brentwood wallpaper, by William Morris. England, late 19th century

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