Morris & Co Strawberry Thief Duvet Cover, Percale, Indigo, King
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Bedding Set in William Morris Strawberry Thief Design
Made to Measure Service Made to Measure Blinds Made to Measure Curtains Measuring Guide Interior Design Kitchen Storage Bread Bins Biscuit Barrels Cake Tins Storage Canisters Kitchen Appliances Blenders & Mixers Coffee Machines Cooking Appliances Kettles Toasters Sodastreams & Accessories Strawberry Thief’ is one of William Morris’ most famous designs. He was inspired to create the original fabric after watching thrushes stealing strawberries from the kitchen garden of his countryside home, Kelmscott Manor, in Oxfordshire.
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Entwined, graceful and complex, this is the iconic Willow Boughs design from Morris & Co. Originally designed by William Morris in 1887, it speaks to its creator�s fascination for the natural world and love of all things green. Willow Boughs is translated onto bedding in an authentic Leaf Green colourway and is made with 100% cotton percale from the Better Cotton Initiative. Choose between a charming array of accessories to layer your bed, including a 200 thread count cotton percale pillowcase embroidered with entwining leaf design. Featuring an embroidered title to the William Morris poem Love Is E... [more] Sale Homewares Bedding & Throws Curtains & Cushions Dinnerware Kitchenware Electricals Laundry & Towels Footstools Storage Footstools Fabric Footstools Leather Footstools Orla Kiely Footstools Cane Furniture Pure Sunflower features a beautiful interpretation of the striking pattern originally designed by Morris in 1879. Printed on 220 thread count pure cotton, in a modern palette of silver and chalk tones, the duvet and oxford pillowcase are finished with a fine cord piping and reverse to an all over textured print.When buying any bedding set, you should look at the thread count of duvet covers and pillow cases. The thread count is the number of horizontal and vertical threads in one square inch of the material. Counts can range right up to 800 or 1,000 or more, but a higher number doesn't necessarily mean you are getting the best quality bedding. There are other factors to consider, too.