If you are fond of morning glories, big morning
glories, this is your pattern. If however you are of a timid
nature please do not fear this design because it is digitally
produced and consequently scaleable. Howard Van Doren Shaw
chose The Saladin. Who is he? He would have been Chicago's
better-known architect but for Frank Lloyd Wright. Shaw chose
it for his own home, Ragdale, in Lake Forest. He was a Voysey
admirer and imported British pattern for some of his projects.
Voysey in the mid-west,
. in American Arts and Crafts
it does work! Be brave and try The
Saladin, full scale or reduced it is a very peaceful palette
of greens and blues with pale yellow and red highlights. This
design can be used in almost any room. Really! The Saladin
is 21" wide by 14.833 in its original document scale
and is self-matching.
£10.00/ square foot.
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