• A well-crafted country dining room

    by  • 21/06/2016 • Country style • 0 Comments

    country dining room

    Here’s a country dining room with the wow factor – a space that’s full of natural texture, from the exposed stone wall to the beautiful beamed vaulted ceiling and wooden floor.

    Such a setting demands a decorating scheme that epitomises honesty and simplicity and, here, the hero pieces are a cabinet with a mid-century modern feel, an industrial-style chair and artisan-crafted trestle table and ladderback chairs.

    To soften the look, flowing curtain fabrics (Pure Willow Bough and Pure Strawberry Thief from the new Pure Morris collection by Morris & Co) in a pared-back, neutral palette have been incorporated. The collection, out at the end of June, takes its inspiration from the past and William Morris’ values of craftsmanship and iconic patterns to create a collection for modern living.

    ‘Surrounded by the current desire for simple living, of taking things back to their very essence, it seemed like a good time to explore a different viewpoint on Morris’ iconic patterns,’ says Alison Gee, Head Designer of Morris & Co. ‘Re-visiting the archive with this in mind, we were excited to discover monochromatic patterns and wallpapers printed using different techniques such as crushed glass and metallic inks.’

    The fabrics have mostly been inspired by the monochromatic wallpapers from the archive and are perfect for creating dreamy and ethereal escape-from-it-all rooms and schemes with honesty, integrity and craftsmanship at the core.

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