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The Arts & Crafts William Morris Strawberry Thief Doormat is part of the Victoria and Albert Museum Collection, and is inspired by one of the most iconic works of the 19th century by the great pioneer of the British Arts and Crafts Movement, William Morris (1834-96), who based this design on the thrushes he saw stealing strawberries from the grounds of Kelmscott Manor, his Oxfordshire home. This stylish and functional doormat measures 30” x 18” x 0.5”, and is made with 100% natural coir with PVC backing, hand-painted with eco-friendly dyes using multiple stencils to recreate this stunning artwork. Recommended for use in a sheltered outdoor area that is not exposed to direct sunlight to preserve the longevity of the colors. Shake, sweep, or vacuum clean.
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The David Wright House Rug is adapted from a carpet in the home designed in 1954 by Frank Lloyd Wright for his son David. Wright and his apprentice Ling Po reworked the design from one of a series of twelve illustrations that Wright created in 1927 for the cover of Liberty Magazine. For this design, “March Balloons,” Wright used one...
The Frank Lloyd Wright Hoffman House Rug is adapted from the floating, intersecting circles with square accents that was the carpet design for the living room of the Hoffman home. Although this rug was not executed in 1957 for that home, after his death it was woven for Wright's own living room at Taliesin, Spring Green, Wisconsin. Crafted in hand-knotted...
The Frank Lloyd Wright Robie House Rug draws inspiration from the Frederick C. Robie House. The Robie House has a spacious living room with an original rug that features a bold repeated design with deep red and blue with white accents. This rug features an updated design of the original rug that has deeply grooved Vs that creates a series...
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