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How many panels should I purchase?
(all panels are 2' wide with 1/2" overlap)
-Measure wall height, choose corresponding panel length
-Measure width in feet and divide by two (the width of the panel)
-Choose number of panels needed
$ 2.99 $ 4.99
William Morris (1834–1896) was one of the greatest creative figures of the 19th century. As a visionary designer, as well as a manufacturer, writer, artist, and socialist activist, he pioneered the Arts and Crafts movement of the Victorian era
Strawberry Thief by William Morris is one of the most popular repeating textile patterns by William Morris, which has as its theme the thrushes that Morris caught stealing fruit in his kitchen garden at his country estate Kelmscott Manor in Oxfordshire.
William Morris was an extraordinary man whose achievements were visionary. Today he is best known as a designer of wallpaper and fabrics, and with it notecards, wrapping paper, scarves, DIY projects, home decoration, upholstery fabrics and much more. His wallpaper and fabric designs have been in continuous production and on-trend since he produced his first wallpaper in 1864.
Willam Morris' designs, based on natural shapes and patterns, appeal to a wide audience and are suitable for both a historic and modern home.