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V&A Morris Willow

$49.00 

  • V&A Morris Willow
  • V&A Morris Willow
  • V&A Morris Willow
  • V&A Morris Willow
  • V&A Morris Willow

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Each sheet is 11" x 19" (28cm x 48cm) 

8 sheets - 10.39 sq ft total coverage 

50 sheets - 72.5 sq ft (6.74 sq m)

 

From the PastedPaper® pre-pasted V&A wallpaper collection. Created by the godfather of the Arts and Crafts Movement, William Morris. It’s wallpaper reimagined.

The willow was one of Morris’ favourite motifs and he used it in several of his designs for wallpaper and textiles.

 

Willow Bough wallpaper

William Morris (1834–96)

England, 1887



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Made with responsibly sourced fiber

Made with third-party Green-e® certified Wind Power Renewable Energy Certificates

Manufactured Carbon Neutral with Verified Emission Reductions certified under the Climate

Action Reserve Protocol

Elemental Chlorine Free

Manufactured under an ISO 14001:2004 Certified Environmental Management System



- Made with responsibly sourced fiber

- Made with third-party Green-e® certified Wind Power Renewable Energy Certificates

- Manufactured Carbon Neutral with Verified Emission Reductions certified under the Climate

Action Reserve Protocol

- Elemental Chlorine Free

- Manufactured under an ISO 14001:2004 Certified Environmental Management System

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Design for chintz William Kilburn (1745–1818)

England, 1788-92

© Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Florals at their very finest. Forming part of the William Kilburn Album, V&A Kilburn Dark Botanical has been created from an original design for chintz by the 18th century’s leading designer and printer of calico, William Kilburn (1745–1818).



Victoria & Albert Museum Collaboration


PastedPaper® is thrilled to be working with the Victoria & Albert Museum, the world’s leading museum of art, design and performance.

Founded in 1852 in London during the reign of Queen Victoria to make works of art available to all, today it provides a place of inspiration, discovery and learning through its mission to enrich lives through design.



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