William Morris The Strawberry Thief Cushion Cover
This is a quintessentially British fabric, designed by William Morris, entitled The Strawberry Thief. One of his most famous designs, it was inspired by the thrushes stealing his strawberries in his garden at Kelmscott Manor in 1883.
This is a square cushion cover. Multicoloured patterned front, and a plain blue backing with an envelope closing.
- 45cms x 45cms
- 100% cotton
- Handmade in UK
- Machine washable at 40 degrees
Twentysevenpalms has been supplying its loyal customers with unique home furnishings and gifts for many years now. Originally from a little shop in Portobello Road, Notting Hill, where we remained all through the 1990s selling bedlinen and home wear. Cushions were introduced after a trip to Philadelphia, where I spotted an amazing sushi print fabric which turned out to be a great success, opening my eyes to many other fabrics that it was impossible to find in the UK. The shop gradually evolved into what we are today, selling mainly online, and occasionally trading at craft Markets across London as I still love to meet my customers face to face.
We are best known for our selection of Frida Kahlo inspired prints alongside our kitsch selection of both female and male pinup prints, featuring cowboys, lumberjacks etc. We also introduce smaller collections throughout the year to keep the stock looking fresh.