William Morris Placemats Seaweed Melamine Design
William Morris Seaweed pattern dark blue melamine placemats. Traditional floral design tablemats in the classic Arts and Crafts movement style, with a hard, durable surface and a soft cork base.
- Pack of 6
- Melamine surface, corkbacked base
- Matching coasters available
- Size 29cm x 20.5cm (11.5" x 8")
- Gift boxed
- Made in the UK
William Morris dark blue Seaweed floral tablemats
Dark blue floral design from Castle Melamine.
Each set of Castle Melamine tablemats has a protective finish ensuring resistance to scuff marks and stains.
Traditional Seaweed William Morris placemats
The Seaweed pattern of William Morris placemats features a free-flowing floral design which has been inspired by the underwater movement of plants. The appeal of the design has not diminished in the years since it first started being used extensively in the decorative styling of items around the home.
The dark colours of the background and the lighter shades found on the sinuous curves of the plants and flowers creates an effect which is pleasing to the eye and adds style to any dining room table.
Intricate detail on floral place mats
The attention to detail of all the William Morris placemats and which can be seen with the popular Seaweed design is another reason why the appeal of these floral tablemats is so enduring.
The intricate swirls of the leaves and flower stems works well on textiles and wallpapers, which was the original intention of William Morris’s motifs and this has translated nicely across to household items such as the place mats and drinks coasters provided here by Castle Melamine.
Classic British Willam Morris Arts & Crafts movement placemats
With a variety of William Morris placemats designs to select from, covering the range of colours from the dark blue of the Seaweed pattern to reds, greens and lighter blues of some of the other place mat patterns, there is sure to be a colour combination that works effectively with any dining room or kitchen table.
A prominent figure in the Arts and Crafts movement of the late 19th century, William Morris is synonymous with this style which represents a period of British history associated with traditional craftsmanship and the creation of beautiful, functional objects for use around the home.
The UK made Seaweed placemats and matching drinks coasters with a hard melamine surface for durability and a soft cork base will protect and decorate your dining table for many years.
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