The illustrious William Morris, father of the arts and crafts movement, is responsible for many fine things including the inspiration for Catrin' and Chris's beautiful bathroom. His detailed prints have gone in and out of fashion depending on the decade, but in Catrin's modern/traditional mix the pattern will look at home for life.
Rather than ripping out the vintage yellow tiles, the previous owners used Morris's "Fruit" wallpaper— designed in 1864 and produced in 1866— to tie them in, and the result is a cheery mix still looks fresh today.
There are several variations of the paper, but the closest we found to the one used in Catrin and Chris's home is this one available through Sanderson in the Washington Design Center's Rist Corporation showroom.
In case you missed the rest of Chris and Catrin's beautiful home you may check it our here: Catrin & Chris's "New Traditional" In Woodley Park.
Images: Leah Moss.