Blog Posts - William Morris



Grown-Up Wine Glasses & Uncommon Goods

My kitchen is an average size. Not too big, not too small. Much like Goldilocks and the three bears … it’s just right. But even so, I am very selective about what I let take up real estate in my kitchen. I have very few single-use items. No gadge...
by Sweetnicks on Mar 7, 2016

Utopia

Throughout history people’s social relations have been shaped primarily by power relations. The rich take advantage of the poor and think it only right. [1] The strong and violent victimize their weaker victims. The necessary suffering arising f...
by Poetry on the Loose on Nov 1, 2015

Bloggrunda

God morgon måndag! Vi inleder i vanlig ordning veckan med ett litet svep över den senaste veckans bloggsnackisar och nyheter. Häng med! Veckans största snackis måste ju ändå vara designsamarbetet mellan prins Carl-Philip, Oscar Kylberg och Åh...
by Husligheter on Sep 8, 2014

En halv fondvägg

Precis en sån här halvvägg som Så fint jag vill har, sån har även vi i vårt sommarhus mellan hall och kök. Och hittills har jag gått bet på vad jag ska göra av den, men när jag ser hur fint det blev hemma hos Nanna när hon tapetserade de...
by Husligheter on Jun 29, 2014

More colour inspiration

It's a long time since I wrote about the different ways to find inspiration for using colour. It's not something that I think you can work without when you want to create something made from different shades of yarn, especially when you're not really...
by Dinkyflowerpots on May 25, 2014

A Victorianist's Guide to Oxford

‘Towery city and branchy between towers’ – the opening line of Gerard Manley Hopkins’s poem ‘Duns Scotus’s Oxford’ has always summed up for me the appearance of England’s first university city on a sunny morning. One of Oxford’s gre...
by The Secret Victorianist on Nov 12, 2013

William Morris is …

William Morris William Morris was an English textile designer, artist, writer, and libertarian socialist associated with the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and English Arts and Crafts Movement. He founded a design firm in partnership with the artist Edwa...
by What is this ? on Jul 25, 2013

Design Quote: William Morris

I’ve loved this quote by designer William Morris for a long time now. It reminds me of how much I love the things I have around me, and how much meaning many of them have. I love its decluttering sentiment that reminds us not to crowd our home...
by Love Chic Living on Jan 19, 2013

Valentino 2012 Fall Winter Haute Couture campaign

Valentino 2012 Fall Winter Haute Couture,designer William Morris classic painting “Tree of Life” as inspiration,on the fabric branded flowers and branches interwoven pattern, and then a series of deep and mellowcolor, made brand with bold marrow,...
by Valentino handbags on Sep 27, 2012

The William Morris Project: Our Baking Cabinet

When I moved into my first apartment, I accumulated “stuff,” not thinking too much about what I was bringing into my home. Not expensive stuff, mind you, as my favorite haunts were (and continue to be) garage sales, thrift stores, and the...
by Sweetnicks on Aug 24, 2012

Do Function and Beauty Hook Up in Your Home?

William Morris famously said, “Have nothing in your home that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.”   Being one of the most realistic Interior Decorators I know, this is one of my favorite quotes!   I’m always...
by The Decorologist on Jun 27, 2012

THE WORLD NEEDS TO DEPROGRAM FROM THE LIES OF THE MAIN STREAM MEDIA AND HOLLYWOOD!

WHO IS THIS GUY? an anomaly — ex-military, de-programmed “useless eater” repulsed by diabolical social alchemy of global management team. This blog attempts to expose Hegelian Dialectics (problem-reaction-solution) left vs. right, phony polit...
by The End Times Are Upon Us on Mar 16, 2011


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