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Posts Tagged ‘William Morris’

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Born on this day: Philip Webb

Born on this day in 1831, he was an architect, designer and long time close friend with William Morris; the two worked together many times …

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Give January a little oomph…

When the Christmas lights come down and the tinsel is packed back up in the loft, the house without the festive decorations can feel …

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Born on this day: Rudyard Kipling

Born on this day in 1865, Rudyard Kipling was an English journalist, short story writer, poet and novelist. Perhaps we know him best as the …

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Alan Carr and William Morris!

We hope you've all had a very Merry Christmas, we had some wonderful times with friends and family and whilst relaxing with a box …

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Create Beautiful Things Everyday!

We're always partial to a bit of crafting, so when we see people's crafts using our fabric, we're always so excited to see what …

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A Laura’s Beau Christmas Gift Guide

Whoever you're shopping for this Christmas, we're sure our handy Christmas gift guide will help you! Whether they love William Morris designs, French florals …

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Emery Walker, William Morris & The Kelmscott Press

Producing William Morris designs and being such incredibly big fans as we are of William Morris, it's not surprising that we spend quite a …

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“The wombat is a joy, a triumph, a delight, a madness.” – Dante Gabriel Rossetti.

Did you know Rossetti owned his own wombat? 'Top' the wombat died in November 1869 and Rossetti had him stuffed! Native to Australia, like …

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“I have looked, and seen November there” – William Morris Poetry

Though today we remember William Morris predominantly as a designer, during his lifetime, he was actually best known for his poetry. It was only …