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Shaw Centre Street Olivia Beige 5x8' $200

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Textile design. England, late 18th century

Textile design. England, late 18th century

Gracie Wallpaper; a muted color scheme which has the look of a hand painted antique.

Gracie Wallpaper; a muted color scheme which has the look of a hand painted antique.

This design is much simpler, Morris has use an off white background to help make the foreground stand out. In this design he has used a simple plant and flower design and has used a variety of colours such as red, yellow, dark green, blue and light green to help create a visually more interesting design despite it being more simple than previous designs.

This design is much simpler, Morris has use an off white background to help make the foreground stand out. In this design he has used a simple plant and flower design and has used a variety of colours such as red, yellow, dark green, blue and light green to help create a visually more interesting design despite it being more simple than previous designs.

Exotic flowering plants in bright colors scattered on a white background.

Exotic flowering plants in bright colors scattered on a white background.

visual-me:  Textile, ca. 1796French cottonblock-printed: black, 2 reds; other colors applied by brush

visual-me: Textile, ca. 1796French cottonblock-printed: black, 2 reds; other colors applied by brush

Textile design, 1775-1784. block-printed cotton. France. Via Cooper Hewitt

Textile design, 1775-1784. block-printed cotton. France. Via Cooper Hewitt

The Design Library was founded 35 years ago by Susan Meller and her late husband Herbert. Through their love of old fabric patterns and passion for collecting, the Mellers assembled a vast record of Western textile design. Then began the daunting project – which continues today – of cleaning, mounting and classifying the hundreds of thousands of documentary fabric swatches, paintings and antique wallpapers.

The Design Library was founded 35 years ago by Susan Meller and her late husband Herbert. Through their love of old fabric patterns and passion for collecting, the Mellers assembled a vast record of Western textile design. Then began the daunting project – which continues today – of cleaning, mounting and classifying the hundreds of thousands of documentary fabric swatches, paintings and antique wallpapers.

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