Red House embroidered daisies
Daisy wallhanging designed for Red House by William Morris and embroidered by Jane Morris

Philip Webb architectural designs for the gate at Red House
Detailed designs for the gate at Red House, drawn by Philip Webb.

Red House interior staircase
Staircase at Red House.

Stained glass window at Red House with Morris's motto: Si Je Puis
Stained glass window at Red House with Morris's motto: Si Je Puis

Interior of entrance door at Red House
Restored interior of the front entrance door at Red House. William Morris designed the pattern and chose bright medieval colors.

Morris Chair
'Morris Chair', an adjustable back chair designed by Philip Webb for Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co., 1866.

Ladies and Animals sideboard designed by Edward Burne-Jones, 1860
Medieval-style 'Ladies and Animals' sideboard designed and painted by Edward Burne Jones

Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo chair, 1882
Pre Art Nouveau chair designed by Arthur Heygate Macmurdo in 1882. Mackmurdo traveled with Ruskin in Italy and worked with William Morris

Philip Webb fireplace screen
Fireplace Screen designed by Philip
Webb for Morris & Co.

Stained wood, glass and textile screen by J. Herbert McNair, 1895-1897
Glasgow Style stained wood, glass and textile screen designed by J. Herbert Mcnair, 1895-1897

Membland Tile Panel
Membland Tile Panel designed by Morris and William De Morgan for Morris & Co.

Charles Rennie Macintosh linen press (Glasgow style)
Glasgow Style designer Charles Rennie Macintosh's linen press, 1895

William Morris carpet: Redcar, 1881
Redcar Carpet design, William Morris, 1881. Hand-knotted at Kelmscott House, Hammersmith. Morris did eventually design some carpets for machine manufacture, his one concession to the industrialized age.


William Morris Tile

William Morris, The Soul of Arts and Crafts

Morris & Co.: Tilemaking Process

Write a Real Person

William Morris at Art Passions

Pre-Raphaelites and Writers of Fantasy, Terri Windling