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Classic Artistry in Home Design by Morris and Co

Classic Artistry in Home Design by Morris and Co

A captivating collection of homeware inspired by the work of famous English artist and thinker William Morris is sure to inspire homes everywhere.

Here at Dotmaison, we’re pleased to showcase the brand Morris and Co.

The label is based on Morris’ original 19th-century work and his brand Morris and Co., which included family members and friends. With original designs and ideas fused from the heart of the world-famous arts and crafts movement, the new productions provide a wealth of luxury and beauty.

Take the above Morris & Co Brophy Embroidery Quilted Throw. Bringing out a timeless design that can fit in with a variety of interiors, the throw is ideal for adding style and warmth to a bedroom.

The 100% cotton throw is also a wonderful idea for placing over the sofa for an additional quilted cover on cooler evenings. Offering a luxurious soft finish, and perfectly produced seams and edgings, the throw makes a delightful addition to the home.

The striking floral pattern is inspired by an idea originally created by William Morris’s daughter May and the designer Andrew Brophy. Whimsical and alluring, it’s a lovely way to bring an arts and crafts statement into any room.

Morris & Co Seasons By May Bedding is sure to bring a luxury finish to your bedroom. Based on an idea originally designed by May Morris, the rich and vibrant design is full of colourful style and richness.

Beautifully crafted from 100% cotton percale and boasting a 220-thread count, the wonderful softness is ideal for a good night’s sleep. The pattern itself displays wild parakeets and plants on a summery gold background. Celebrating the energy and charm of Spring and Summer, the bedding is nevertheless ideal throughout the year for a comfortable and fantastic-looking finish to the bedroom.

 Available in double, king and super king sizes, there are also matching Oxford or standard pillowcases sold separately.

Pure luxury and vibrancy is the order of the day with the incredible Morris & Co. Strawberry Thief Towels.

Making excellent use of William Morros’ original ‘Strawberry Thief’ design, the towels display intricate details and patterns inspired by wild birds and florals. Positioned on a deep red background, the sheer pleasure of the appearance offers a lovely treat for the home.

The three available towels come in hand towel, bath towel and bath sheet sizes and are wonderfully made from jacquard woven cotton for total comfort.

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