William Morris - Bluebell Fabrics
Bluebell - originally known as Columbine- was based on a rare collection of Rhenish 15th century printed linens that Morris first admired in the South Kensington Museum, although they were later discovered to be fakes. This elegant symmetrical design has been printed with a subtle texture to reproduce the faded effect evident today on many of Morris original fabrics owing to his love of natural dyes which were not colour fast.
Curtains: Kennet 220322
Chaise Longue: Bluebell 220330 piped in Ruskin RUSRU309
Cushions from left: Kennet 220322 piped in Ruskin RUSRU304, Ruskin RUSRU324, Mary Isobel 230340
Alfred Smith & Son (Penzance) Ltd. 31 Clarence Street, Penzance, Cornwall, TR18 2NX Registration: 661550 London, VAT Reg. No: 131 6184 93