A classic design with a contemporary colour way, the William Morris Compton Buttercup Curtains from our William Morris range in collaboration with the V&A, is truly on-trend.
First produced in 1896 for Compton Hall, the house of arts patron Laurence W. Hodson, this design was thought to be Morris’ last. It is now recognised as the work of John Henry Dearle, who worked for Morris since 1878.
Designed with style in mind, the Compton Buttercup Curtains are the perfect choice for both modern and classic homes. With a nature-inspired pattern combined with buttercup, ochre and grey tones, simply pair with touches of grey and copper highlights to create a space that really makes a statement.