The Pimpernel pattern by 19th Century British textile and wallpaper designer William Morris shows off a beautiful white flower, on a background of swirling green leaves, smaller blue leaves, and tiny yellow flowers. The color scheme is perfect, just a wonderful floral design with all those antique colors. The design was originally created in 1876, and goes well with any décor or gift idea. Just perfect for people who love floral patterns and brilliant designs.
About the William Morris Pimpernel Pattern
The exquisite floral pattern was designed by famous nineteenth century textile and wallpaper designer William Morris. The floral pattern was influenced by the nature that surrounded Morris in the 19th century countryside of England. The Pimpernel pattern was first produced in 1876. The pattern is complex, and the colors in the floral pattern are rich greens, blues and dusty yellows.
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