Morris & Co Wallpaper Rambling Rose Emery Blue/Spring Thicket 217206
Rambling Rose depicts that iconic stalwart of forest walks and cottage gardens alike, the English rose. Climbing, twisting and turning, this thorned rose's beguiling labyrinthine structure betrays the rose's symbolisation of earthy love and purity. A rarer feature in his wallpapers, the rose was a motif William Morris repeatedly turned to in tapestry as well as in poetry.
Rose (here called Rambling Rose), from 1877, returns to the Morris & Co. range for the first time in many years in the Emery Walker's House collection.
|Collection||Emery Walker's House|
|Adhesive Application||Paste the paper|
|Lead Time||10-14 working days|