The British firm Morris & Co, which revolutionized the decor in nineteenth century England, has just released Archive II, a spectacular collection that celebrates the immortal designs by William Morris, founder and teacher of the Arts & Crafts movement. The collection, consisting of five to eight wallpapers tissues, is the result of the perfect combination of the original documents faithful reproductions of archival and new adaptations upholstery designs and typography by Morris.
Within patterns, adaptations include Love is Enough and Forest. The first, which we can see in photo on these lines, is a design inspired by the book by Morris himself wrote and whose title becomes the main element stamping. The second is an adaptation of the original Morris design, with animals and flowers, perfect for contemporary settings as for the more traditional.
Among the blunts wallpapers Accanthus model on these lines, which is the reinterpretation of one of the most successful designs of Morris, as it marked the beginning of the period to create large-scale designs for wallpaper. Working three dimensions, this model comes in three new color combinations.
The charm of all designs is clear, for original work in which they are inspired and how well it has adapted to the XXI century decorative currents, creating a subtle contrast between old and new that is harmonious. Archive II Collection Morris & Co makes timeless classic designs, revolutionary in its time, now provide a point of distinction to any room in the house. The British firm Morris & is distributed in Spain by Gancedo through Sanderson.