Saturday, December 7, 2013

William Morris Golden Lily Light Switch Cover

William Morris Golden Lily Light Switch Cover


Add a touch of English cottage charm to your home decor with this beautiful William Morris floral "Golden Lily" chintz pattern light switch cover.

Golden Lily is at once elegant and uplifting You feel as if you are peeking through a trellis at the profusion of spring flowers and greenery of a Victorian English cottage garden, Flowers include lilies, tulips, bluets, coneflowers, bluebells and primroses. There is such a wonderful sense of depth and liveliness to the design, you can almost feel the gentle spring breeze blowing through the garden.

Golden Lily by John H. Dearle for William Morris,1899, England, Aesthetic Movement. Colors include varying shades of green, blue, red, yellow, and soft bluish grays on a creamy white background. Carefully and lovingly hand restored by a professional graphic artist experienced in art restoration to print beautifully using modern digital printing methods.

Please keep in mind the original piece is over a century old and was hand printed from a hand-carved woodblock, so there are tiny variations in the pattern. While I have painstakingly restored the pattern to its original pristine condition, these tiny variations remain and are part of the charm of a historic handcrafted piece.

Produced using the AcryliPrint®HD printing process, your light switch will shine with  vibrant clarity to match the d├ęcor in your home or add character to any room!
    Fits a standard U.S. single pole light switch.
  • Dimensions: 3”l x 5”w x 0.18”h.
  • Made of ultra-durable acrylic.
  • Includes two off-white screws.
Matching items and more are available in our store's William Morris Collection.

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