Our Trellis design is a licensed William Morris design that was first produced in 1864. Trellis was inspired by the rose garden of Morris' home Red House in Bexleyheath. Trellis was the first wallpaper design Morris produced but was only printed in the early 1870s when his company Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co. had enough money to finance the design. Since it's a detailed and complex design and one full of colour at a time printing required block printing, it was necessary for him to have formed the Firm before he could print Trellis. The birds within Trellis were designed by Morris' good friend and colleague, Philip Webb.
Our placemats are sold in packs of 4, and are a beautiful and practical way to not only add William Morris florals into your home, but set the table for both everyday and special occasion use.
Our Trellis placemats are 28.5 cm high by 39.5cm wide.
Our placemats are machine washable at 30 degrees, please hang to air dry.
The 100% cotton cloth has been quilted either side of 10oz needlepoly wadding in a diamond stitch, the edge is bound in matching binding. As with all our items, the cotton was printed, quilted and the placemats manufactured in the United Kingdom. All our William Morris designs are licensed designs, printed both size and colour wise to our own specification to best suit our products.