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HONEYSUCKLE

An enchanting tangle of flowers and leaves weave their way across HONEYSUCKLE, a print originally dreamt up by our design hero William Morris in 1876 and now recoloured in House of Hackney’s signature shade of ‘Petrol’.

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.

Wallpaper

An enchanting tangle of flowers and leaves weave their way across HONEYSUCKLE, a print originally dreamt up by our design hero William Morris in 1876. Now recoloured in our signature shade of ‘Petrol’ with hints of amethyst, the honeysuckle at the heart of this Arts and Crafts motif symbolises devoted affection and a lovers’ embrace, given the bloom’s clinging form and the way its petals fall.

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Fabric

Create your very own indoor garden with the light and airy HERBARIUM cotton-linen – ideal for crafting curtains and blinds or recovering furniture. Printed in Britain, this fabric is made using materials and methods that respect the local environment.