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The Arts & Crafts William Morris Tulip and Willow Coir Doormat is inspired by a quintessential Arts & Crafts pattern originally intended for furnishing textiles. It represents a great example of 19th century interior style, and still looks gorgeous and on trend today, with its maximalist floral motifs and simple palette of colors. 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 Frank Lloyd Wright Oak Park Skylight Tote Bag is inspired by the skylights in the entrance of his first studio, attached to his home in Oak Park. The dappled light coming through the complex rectilinear design of the skylights conjure images of the sun coming down through a forest canopy, changing in quality with each season. This bag is...
The Frank Lloyd Wright An Idea is Salvation Tote Bag features four different Whirling Arrow designs, showcasing the the progression of the symbol. The ancient Hohokam petroglyph that inspired this design was found on a boulder amongst the over 600 acres Taliesin West, Wright’s winter estate, studio, and school located in Scottsdale, AZ. Wright had stated that it reminded him of two...
The Frank Lloyd Wright Classic Tote Bag is inspired by Wright’s relationship with the natural world and organic forms. The work of Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) is recognized worldwide as pivotal to the development of modern architecture. His vision, “to make life more beautiful, the world a better one for living in, and to give rhyme, reason, and meaning to...
This Tiffany Wisteria Cloisonné Blown Glass Ornament features the cascading wisteria framing the idyllic View of Oyster Bay (ca. 1908). Louis C. Tiffany (American, 1848–1933) designed this leaded glass window to decorate the Manhattan residence of silk manufacturer William C. Skinner, whose family home in Massachusetts was named Wistariahurst. However, the window's picturesque view assumed an association with Oyster Bay for...