Morris revives period prints

June 2001
Cabinet Maker;6/29/2001, Issue 5244, p4
Trade Publication
Reports the adoption of the 19th century prints of designer William Morris for the summer 2001 collection of Morris and Co. Description of the Garden Tulip prints; Details on other patterns included in the collection; Availability of printed designs and weaves with coordinated wallpapers.


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