|William Morris: Art|
Tapestries, Textiles & Wallpapers
- Design for Flora (1885, watercolor by Morris and Burne-Jones) [Pierpont Morgan Library].
- The Orchard (1890, design by Burne-Jones) [Victoria & Albert Museum].
- Orchard: summer detail
- Pomona (1884, design by Burne-Jones and J. H. Dearle) [Victoria & Albert Museum].
- The Woodpecker Tapestry [The Textile Blog]
- Artichoke Tapestry
- Evenlode chintz (1883).
- Strawberry Thief chintz (1883).
- Brother Rabbit chintz (1882) [William Morris Gallery].
- Several carpets made to Morris patterns by J. R. Burrows and Co.
- Poppycarpet [J. R. Burrows and Co.]
- William Morris and Carpet Reform [The Textile Blog]
- Marigold (1875) [Victoria and Albert Museum].
- Sanderson range of wallpapers made from Morris and Co. patterns
- Fruit, Trellis, and Daisy (not shown) were Morris's first wallpapers. These patterns were experimental papers. Trellis has hints of Morris's work in embroidery, while Fruit show the influence of his work in tiles. These patterns are characterized by naturalism and clearly articulated pattern repeats.
- Daisy wallpaper design 1864 [The Textile Blog] another variation
- Pomegranate color woodblock print 1864 [Victoria and Albert Museum]
- Blue Fruit Wallpaper [Pre Raphaelite Art Blog]
- William Morris and the Trellis Wallpaper (1662) first wallpaper design for Morris & Co. [The Textile Blog]
- The "cray" chintz floral pattern
- Morris Wallpapers [The Textile Blog]
- Florence S. Boos' William Morris wallpaper, cloth & tiles gallerys