It is a fluid design with tendrils of lilies climbing in a diagonal line through a diaper pattern of conventionalized rose blossoms, thus incorporating the favorite flowers of the English and Scottish Arts crafts movements. We have initially developed this print as a rotary screen print and the specifications are: 28 1/2" wide with a 12 1/2" self match. 5 yard rolls, covering 30 square feet. A flat screen print of the pattern is being developed at a slightly smaller scale: 21" wide with a 11" drop match. 6 yard rolls, covering 30 square feet. The first sampling is in a turquoise blue on an off white ground. Click here for a larger image of the lily rose wallpaper.
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Click here for a larger image of the depden Wallpaper. " Arbella an English design. This design was found in a handsome queen Anne revival house that was built in the early 1890's in Worcester, massachusetts. It originally hung in the stairhall over a paneled wainscot. The figure of medallions and arabesques was inspired by "old-fashioned" patterns of the early 18th century, during the reign of queen Anne ( and the coloring is drawn from the mellowed colors summary of old English painted furniture. It looks very well with white painted woodwork and paneling, and also compliments the natural wood colors of cherry and oak, all popular finishes in the 1880's and 1890's. 20 1/2" wide with a 19" self match. Documentary coloring with an indigo blue background and accent colors of terra cotta, green, sage and gold, with outlines and arabesques in off white. Click here for a larger image of the Arbella wallpaper. "Lily rose", a scottish design. Originally made by the firm of george walton., and is attributed to have been drawn by robert Graham.
Click here for a larger image of the sandringham Wallpaper. "Depden", an English design. In style, this pattern could date from the late 1870's through the 1880's. In 1893, at the day house in Norwood, it was used on the lower wall under a wide frieze of "Sandringham". It is a good design for the dado (as a band of ornament at the bottom of the wall below the chair-rail or wherever a small repeating figure is needed. 20 3/4" wide with a 3 1/2" self match (the screen repeat is much larger). Documentary coloring in deep shades of olive green.
Named for the norfolk country house of queen Victoria, it possibly was originally designed for a new wing constructed in the 1880's. Documents indicate that this pattern was also originally made as a printed fabric. It has from a large repeating figure of banded Acanthus leaves, conventionalized in a formal manner. It is an ideal design for a stairhall, and also is well suited for use in a deep band above a high wood paneled wall. 20 3/4" wide with a 21" self match. Document color in olive on a light olive ground. Offered in a sage green on a putty ground, and a golden yellow-ochre on an off white essay ground.
"Kensington", an English design. A striking all over figure of classic arabesques with palmettes, this design seems right in spirit with the paintings of Lord leighton and Alma tadema and the fashionable artistic neighborhoods of Kensington at the end of the nineteenth century. The near perfect symmetry (offset by one central irregular flower) has opened suggestion of using the print sideways as a wide frieze or dado pattern. In bold colors it is crisp and daring, and in muted colors it is feathery and delicate. 20 1/4" wide with a self match repeat of 15 3/4". Document coloring in brilliant red with white figures (we are still experimenting with this colorway and offered in moss green with white figures and celadon green with putty figures. Click here for a larger image of the kensington Wallpaper. "Sandringham", an English Design.
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A pattern from. 1890 of lacy leaves and flowers, this print has a delicate figure that rests gently on the wall. In style it is like a freely organized and simplified version of a design of William Morris, and the original artist certainly owed much to the inspiration of the great English designer. 21" wide with a self match repeat of 18". Offered with off white figure on a sage-ochre ground (the document coloring) and an off white figure on a rose ground. Click here for a larger image of the Chrysanthemum Wallpaper. "Peruvian Lily an English design.
The flower of this design from. 1890 was identified by friend who is a horticulturist in oakland, california. Abstracted in the manner of the finest Arts crafts movement designs, this pattern has a simplicity and elegance that is achieve with the simple use of color. 21" wide with a self match repeat of 20 7/8". Offered with off white figure on a pale grey-blue ground (the document coloring) and an off white figure on a moss green ground. A third colorway is being experimented with - a warm golden yellow ground with white figures. Click here for a larger image of the peruvian Lily wallpaper.
It draws its inspiration from Morris without copying the master's work; it is a sophisticated design with its own character and integrity. Priory garden was selected by Fred Holland. Day for his father's bedchamber in the norwood, massachusetts, house. 21" wide with a self match repeat of 11 7/8". 6 yard long rolls, covering 30 square feet. Hand printed in New England.
Documentary coloring combines tertiary hues of sage, green, ochre and blue. Click here for a larger image of the Priory garden Wallpaper. "PhillimoreWreath" An English Design. In the style of the Arts crafts movement from the early 1890s, this pattern adapts the common formality of large neo-classical laurel wreaths with asymmetrical groupings of softly drawn leaves. Each wreath is approximately 12" in diameter, and they are spaced in a diaper pattern at 18" on center. 21" wide with a self match repeat of 26 1/2". Offered in gold on olive ground. Click here for a larger image of the Phillimore Wreath Wallpaper. "Chrysanthemum", an English design.
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"Coleman Bower a late 19th century wallpaper in the manner of William Morris, available in four colors Century red (shown) Soft Green, butterscotch and resume Terra cotta. 165 a single roll. Each lab roll is 6 yards long, with a width of 20 3/4" and a 14" self match vertical repeat. Click here for a larger image of the coleman Bower Wallpaper. Garden " An English Design. This pattern pays homage to the style of William Morris, the great 19th century English wallpaper designer. The foliage is reminiscent to "Larkspur" and the organization of the pattern, with a meander of foliage counterpointed by a grid of flowers, is like "Marigold but this pattern has major and minor flowers set on the diamond points of a diaper pattern. The document colorway has soft, tertiary hues popular in the 1880s and early 1890s, when it was originally produced.
Honeybee wallpaper, a note on William Morris Wallpapers, fabrics and Carpets. The norwood-day app collection: Priory garden, Phillimore Wreath, Chrysanthemum, peruvian Lily, kensington, sandringham, depden. Rolls of the original papers were recently found in the attic of the. Fred Holland day house, owned by the, norwood Historical Society, in Norwood, massachusetts. In 1893 day demolished his parent's Mansard roofed Italianate house and, inspired by architecture seen in England, rebuilt the house with a brick, timber and stucco tudor facade and an Arts crafts movement interior, dominated by a three story central hall overlooked with balconies and. Fred's rooms were decorated in artistic English taste with green woodwork and wallpapers. His parent's rooms were outfitted with Old Colony Style white painted woodwork. Following the advice of William Morris, these rooms were decorated with wallpapers hung without borders and had plain painted ceilings. This was the cutting edge of style in New England in the late nineteenth century, turning away from the heavily elaborated decorations of the high Victorian period.
studio of, candace Wheeler. A major addition to the Associated Artists Collection from Burrows Studio is the honeybee wallpaper and Frieze by candace Wheeler, designed in 1881. This collection includes art wallpaper, printed fabric and lace curtains. Candace Wheeler: The Art and Enterprise of American Design, An exhibition at the metropolitan Museum of Art October 10, 2001 - january 6, 2002 in New York,. Candace Wheeler ( ) was America's first important woman textile and interior designer. Honeybee wallpaper and Frieze by candice Wheeler, click on picture for a link to our.
Burrows Studio: Wallpaper Designs, ordering Information: we encourage our customers to request a fruit sample of actual wallpaper for color reference prior to ordering. Samples are available for 2 each. Our hand-printed wallpapers are shipped in bolds up to 24 yards to minimize waste. All hand-printed wallpapers are untrimmed and unpasted.* 3 roll minimum order. except hiawatha which is a machineprint, pre-trimmed, and packaged by double roll. Prices are for the single roll, which covers 30 square feet. Shipping charge.00 minimum and.00 per roll after 5 rolls.
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