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The elegant portiere is the most recent addition to the Museum's collection of more than forty works by Candace Wheeler. It is a companion piece to a large embroidery given by her daughter Dora Wheeler Keith in 1928

BEFORE ELSIE DE WOLFE: Meet Candace Wheeler, the Mother of Interior Design — Lynn Byrne

Elsie de Wolfe gets all of the credit. But from 1877 through 1893, another woman was the acknowledged expert on anything to do with decorative textiles and interiors. Some folks have called her the “mother” of interior design, particularly because she was the first person (who

Bees with Honeycomb Metropolitan Museum, Honeycomb, Art Museum, Bees, Textiles, Museum Of Art, Honeycombs, Honeycomb Pattern, Art Gallery
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Candace Wheeler | Bees with Honeycomb | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Alice in Wonderland Tiles Victorian Nursery, Victorian Tiles, Alice In Wonderland, Arts And Crafts, Textiles, Quilts, Blanket, Fabric, Cottage
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Alice in Wonderland Tiles | Victorian Nursery Tiles | CFA Voysey for Minton Co.

Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland was incredibly popular in the late 19th century. Arts and Crafts Designer, CFA Voysey, produced Alice in Wonderland nursery tiles based on the popular Victorian story in the 1890s and reinvented his characters as a fabric 30 years later. CFA Voysey's tiles were produced and sold by Minton Co.

By Thorvald Bindesbøll, year 1900 - Now wrapping paper at a museum Copenhagen Denmark, Shape Design, Textures Patterns, Arts And Crafts, Collage, Shapes, Drawings, Architects, Grid
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Thorvald Bindesböll

Colour woodblock illustration of stylised peacocks. Woodcut illustrations by GW Dijsselhof from 'Kunst en Samenleving', 1894

Gerrit W. Dijsselhof

Birds, or Let us Pray, textile design by CFA Voysey, 1909

Charles Francis Annesley Voysey

V&A museum object Pattern Texture, V & A Museum, Art Nouveau Design, The V&a, Design Firms, Metal Working, Fabric Design, Poppies, Cool Designs
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Harry Napper

When in doubt just William Morris. Is it a table cloth? A button down? A suit? A chuppah?

William Morris