As a student of the Arts & Crafts aesthetic, which would you choose: a William Morris or Gustav Stickley design as a lace curtain pattern?
Shown at left above is the William Morris Studio "Cherwell" lace pattern adapted from an 1887 wallpaper and velveteen curtain pattern for the circa 1900 Birksgate mansion in Adelaide, Australia. Shown middle is Gustav Stickley’s Craftsman Lace pattern "No 5" from his 1912 "Craftsman Furnishings for the Home" catalog.
However, if your lace pattern preference is more contemporary, shown right above is "Dedham", a pattern designed by Laura Wilder adapted from common Arts & Crafts pottery motifs.
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