Part of our collaboration with the William Morris Gallery, BLACKTHORN was originally created by the master himself in 1892. Woven with hawthorns, daisies and tulips, a skull of foliage blooms at its heart.

Inspired by the work of William Morris along with Diana Vreeland’s famous Garden in Hell room, the psychedelic wildflowers of ARTEMIS embody House of Hackney’s non-conformist approach to design.



Remastered and reimagined by House of Hackney, the BLACKTHORN wallpaper highlights the symmetrical beauty of the print – a Morris signature. Then for our ‘Climbing Walls’ iteration, we plucked away at the daisies, hawthorns and tulips until we uncovered the secret skull hiding amongst the flowers.