The Victoria & Albert Museum’s website is a great place to explore for textile-related inspiration and history (despite being a bit difficult to navigate). I found this design by Peter Hall in their section on 1960’s textiles. Their entry for the cloth reads as follows:

“The stylised vegetation in this screen printed cotton fabric is inspired by the swirling patterns of Art Nouveau. Yet the shapes have been simplified and the colour scheme draws on the sunny hues of the late 1960s.”

The fabric was distributed by Heal’s department store in Britain — a company that played a prominent role in the British design industry beginning in the early 20th century. Read more at about.com and visit the company’s website here.