Wiliam Morris Fruit Wallpaper As Seen In Phantom Thread

As seen in: Phantom Thread, Tolkien

Designer: William Morris


The brainchild of William Morris is the Fruit wallpaper (slate and thyme) as seen in Phantom Thread. Print composing of numerous pomegranates hanging from branches with flowers. The way he portrayed pomegranates was quite delicate.
William Morris is an important figure in the British Victorian era. His wallpaper designs showed mastery and fascination. Inspired by his own principles of depicting beauty, imagination, and order, he brought outside nature indoors.
The William Morris Fruit wallpaper was first produced in 1864 and now it comes in several color combinations. Colors that could complement one’s living or dining room or even the hallway and bedrooms perfectly.

The Fruit wallpaper by William Morris comes per roll of 10m with the width and pattern repeat at 0.52m.