Morris Love Is Enough Roman Blind
A charming design by Alison Gee in 2013 Love Is Enough pays tribute to Morris many skills as a writer poet and typographer. The title phrase of Morris Morality play Love Is Enough published in 1872 appears in Morris own typeface from the Kelmscott Press. He established The Kelmscott Press in 1891 in the coach house at his home Kelmscott House in Chiswick London and went on to produce exquisite books that rank very highly in the history of printing. Over its eight years of operation The Kelmscott Press produced 53 titles on either fine handmade papers or vellum. Love Is Enough fabric is a cotton print with a delicate leaf pattern based on the wall design in the Green Dining Room at T
“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” said William Morris (1834-1896) in his most well-known quotation. The prolific member of the Arts and Crafts Movement is celebrated today in his decorative natural motif designs of timeless quality that never lose their appeal. Morris & Co.sits within the Sanderson brand where its legacy is maintained and built upon.