Golden Lily

Originally created by our hero, the revered and revolutionary designer William Morris, GOLDEN LILY dates back to the 1890s – yet is both timeless and fresh in feel.

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.


We’ve repainted GOLDEN LILY against backdrops of buttermilk cream and midnight blue, both with pops of verdant green, teal, butterscotch and berry red. Crafted at a little factory at the forefront of sustainability, our wallpaper is PVC-free and made using wood pulp sourced from FSC-certified forests.



We also played with the scale of the entwining lily stems and tendrils, enlarging the print for a grander feel – the effect is wonderfully dramatic across curtains or large sofas. Printed in Britain, this sumptuous fabric is made using materials and methods that respect the local environment.