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Of all the paths a man could strike into, there is, at any given moment, a best path. ~Thomas Carlyle

Welcome to William Morris Tile

I make tiles based on William Morris and William De Morgan designs and an increasingly wider circle around that: Morris-ish interests, Victorian culture and Victorian medievalism, early and later Arts and Crafts, Morris & Co., Pre-Raphaelite ceramics, the Rossetti Pre-Raphaelites.

How This Site is Organized

Navigation Paths by Visitor Type


Art made by the people for the people, as a joy to the maker and the user... ~William Morris

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How This Site is Organized

William Morris 'The Forest

Major Areas

Finding your way here is easier, and more secure, than Facebook but not as easy as Amazon. This page should help people who feel the website is not very organized, who probably didn't click on the link to this page and want to click on images to get to what they want, but may not know what that is and which is different from person to person. What can I do? This is my best try. Each of these pages contains a listing of all the tiles / articles in its content area. All pages are also listed in the site map.

Site Information and Tools

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Most visitors here belong to one of these groups:

Scholars referred from or elsewhere who are here for research, not tile. Cut directly to the


Net Surfers who are idea shopping and appreciate the kitchen sink approach. I do that, too. You'll get there faster with the

Customer Installation Photos or

Tle Galleries

People Looking for Tile for their homes, either period renovations or new construction, who share Morris aesthetic values that allow more personal expression of their taste than mass-market tile can provide.

Getting Started - A step-by-step brief introduction to decorative tile, with instructions measuring and designing for your project. Some thoughts on choosing tile for restoration projects and a brief chat about how the Morris Arts & Crafts philosophy is given form in the decorative arts.

Tile Catalog - The gateway to tile catalogs, galleries, ideas and installation photos. The catalogs will give you an overview but you'll miss out on the many variations and options if you go no deeper. I include some backstory on individual tiles when I know it.

Please read: Not all tiles and colors of every pattern are shown in the catalog and galleries. Some tiles are shown on marble but are also available on ceramic. Follow the links to the product pages to see colors and variations.

Featured tiles. Featured tiles change every few days and are posted to the home page. Featured tiles are substantially discounted while they're featured.

Print Catalogs and Prices

I know it's handy to order a bunch of catalogs and then go through them with your significant other and decide on tile. But I'm a single artisan making tile, not a big box store that stocks tiles, so I can't compete in that way. I am constantly adding and deleting designs, adding color choices and such. The dynamic content is actually a feature, but it does make the printed catalog unworkable.

Current prices are posted on the individual product pages. The featured tile is listed on the home page so it's worth checking there.


Monthly email notifications are gone. They clutter. When I do send emails, they will be individual and personal.

If I have your mailing address, I will send an occasional postcard featuring a tile with an interesting backstory, which I intend will be pretty enough for bookmarks and not make its way immediately to a landfill. The point is to remind you of William Morris Tile's existence, not to hard sell anything.

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My work is the embodiment of dreams in one form or another. ~William Morris

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Copyright information: Images of tile products on this website are ©William Morris Tile, LLC. They are derivative works requiring considerable creative effort. You are welcome to use the images, with attribution, for any non-commercial purpose, including displaying them on your blog or personal website. You may not use them for any commercial purpose without written permission, including but not limited to creating counted cross-stitch patterns, calendars, or any other commercial purpose. Contact me for images.