Debut Paint Range Now Available at Brewers

August 2nd, 2022

If you’re an Arts & Crafts aficionado, prepare to be delighted at the debut paint range from the icon that is Morris & Co.

With 40 timeless hues to choose from, inspiration for the palette has been drawn from the company’s rich heritage, including 19th century logbooks and William Morris designs straight from the archive. 

The paint collection is hand-mixed by Morris & Co.’s own expert craftspeople manufactured in the UK, ensuring the legacy of William Morris is upheld.

The collection features two finishes; Chalky Matt and Eggshell. Morris & Co’s Chalky Matt will bring an immersive depth of colour to your interior whilst Morris & Co.’s Eggshell is highly opaque, providing a fresh, enduring look to wood and metalwork.

Both finishes offer exceptional coverage and with minimal VOC levels, they are kinder to the planet.

The Joys of Decorating

William Morris found one of the greatest joys in life was to decorate and colour the home as it was to him a freeing and creative act.

To give people pleasure in the things they must perforce use, that is one great office of decoration; to give people pleasure in the things they must perforce make, that is the other use of it” – William Morris, The Decorative Arts, 1877.

Every Colour Tells a Story…

Every single colour in the collection has been named purposefully, reminiscent of a design or logbook entry found in the Morris & Co. archive, allowing you to discover the joy of colour and what it means to the Arts & Crafts movement. 

Selecting a colour from the Morris & Co. Paint Collection allows you to invite this rich history into your home.

The deepest green tone, Wooded Dell beautifully captures the moody darkness of evergreen trees guaranteed to add drama to any space.

The glorious rich, deep tones of Inky Fingers inspired by William Morris “up to the elbow” in Indigo after trialling a traditional dyeing technique. 

The warm vision of Sunflower inspired by William Morris’ Sunflower design, paying homage to the golden afternoon sun that would stream through the windows of William Morris’ own kitchen at Red House.

Now available online at Brewers.co.uk, discover the collection today.