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Emery Walker's House Collection

Emery Walker’s House is one of the best preserved Arts & Crafts interiors in Britain

Many of the objects on display have direct connections to the Movement’s chief protagonists.

These include:

One of the largest in situ collections of original William Morris hand blocked wallpapers in the world

  • Furniture & glass by Philip Webb, architect of Red House and partner in Morris & Co, William Morris’ furniture business

  • “Bird” hangings and other textiles by William Morris

  • Ceramics by William de Morgan

  • Cotswald furniture by Ernest Gimson and Ernest Barnsley

  • A Burne-Jones pencil portrait of May Morris

  • Textiles by May Morris, who lived next door at 8 Hammersmith Terrace


We will be adding pages to this section on wallpapers, ceramics and textiles over the next few months, so do come back and visit us then. And keep a look out for our small, specialist tours focussing on specific items in the collection.