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This small riverside terraced property is a real gem for anyone interested in William Morris and the Arts and Crafts Movement. It is preserved with the original fabrics, furnishings and presence of the inhabitants. There are detailed explanantions given and I really enjoyed the ability...More
We can’t emphasise enough how worthwhile it is to visit this house, a perfect example of ‘small but perfectly formed’. It took a little while for us to find a date when there were spaces on the excellent and informative tour, and given the funding...More
What a lovely tour of a home steeped in the authenticity of the arts & crafts period. The house has a stunning array of William Morris carpets, art, furniture, wallpaper and many other treasures in this perfectly preserved home. The tour is outstanding - so...More
A good friend to William Morris, Emery Walker's house is full of William Morris furnishings and memorabilia, and is unusual in that very little has changed over the years. Inherited by his daughter and then her companion before the property was taken over by the...More
This is a very special house. Although Georgian from the outside, the inside is a time capsule of the arts and crafts movement of the late 19th century, early 20th century. Full of original and authentic arts and crafts interiors and furniture from the likes...More
I'll start off by saying that I feel a bit mean giving a rating of 3/5 for this attraction, but this is only my opinion.
It was interesting to see this pretty little Georgian house which had strong links with the Arts & Crafts movement,...More
For anyone with an interest in the Arts & Crafts movement I highly recommend this guided tour. Passionate and knowledgable staff provide an unrushed tour of EW's house and explain the local links with William Morris et al.
If you are at all interested in Arts & Crafts design (William Morris, etc.), or (like me) are a student of type design, then you will enjoy an hour in this exceptional little house, filled with the possessions of Emery Walker, a book printer and...More
Superb and highly informative tour of Emery Walker’s House today with volunteer guides, Marigold and Gwen. It was great to learn more about Walker’s life and his involvement in the Arts and Crafts movement, including the creation of the Doves Press. The house has recently...More