William Morris: Hidden Treasures Wallpaper Book


A new wallpaper book! Celebrating Morris’ lifelong love of nature, the Hidden Treasures book does much more than amplify echoes from the past. It transforms them into elegant interior design classics that add distinct character to the walls of any home.

Whatever you have in your rooms, think first of the walls, for they are that which makes a house a home.” William Morris


This 1880’s pattern was originally created as a ceiling decoration for exclusive London address, No 1 Holland Park. Repeating as a kaleidoscope-like mirroring, the pattern features lilies, a flower loved by Morris.

The River Cray’s tranquil beauty inspired William Morris to create this striking design. The pattern creates a beautiful diagonal effect, and together with the backdrop of smaller flowers and larger peonies, it gives the wall a rich elegant feeling.


This mesmerizing pattern was first conceived in 1879 and its intertwined foliage continues to this day.

Although it’s over 100 years since he passed, iconic English designer William Morris continues to have a profound influence on contemporary design. With Hidden Treasures, a series of previously unseen William Morris sketches have been faithfully recreated by renowned Swedish designer Bjorn Nilsson.

Visit A-Street Print’s site where you can view all seven patterns and colorways featured in Volume 1 or stop by one of our stores. Wallpaper libraries vary at each location so please call first verifying they have the book on hand.

While designs from this new wallpaper book are from William Morris’ sketches, Brewster Wallpaper and A-Street Prints carry additional wallpaper patterns with a William Morris feel. Shop all Brewster books online and when you go through Hirshfield’s website you’ll receive 25% off retail!