The original source material from the V&A’s archives
Seaweed wallpaper J.H. Dearle (1859–1932) England, 1901 © Victoria and Albert Museum, London
J.H. Dearle’s Seaweed wallpaper carries on the tradition of Morris’ Arts and Crafts style but is also a melting pot of influence and creativity as Dearle studied the Turkish and Persian textiles in the South Kensington Museum (now the V&A). The tiny dots in the background inspired Beckford Silk’s complimentary print, evocative of seafoam and spray left behind by the tide.
These silk fabrics have been designed to work as complementaries, for you to mix and match in your own unique creation.
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