In 1895, the revolutionary textile designer William Morris was commissioned to redesign the interiors of Compton Hall in Wolverhampton. The enduring legacy of the project is the beloved COMPTON, which would be the last print Morris worked on before his passing a year later.

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.



Exquisitely printed with watercolour wild flowers, the evocative ARTEMIS unfurls across plush velvets and versatile cotton-linens – ideal for all your upholstery needs, from furniture to curtains and blinds.