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Interiors of Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton, built by Edward Ould for industrialist
in the 1880s and 1890s. Much of the furniture and fabrics was provided by Morris & Co., as well as other important Arts and Crafts designers, such as William De Morgan and Charles Kemp.
Interiors of Standen, West Sussex, one of the most important Arts and Crafts houses. It was designed in the early 1890s by Philip Webb, furnished and decorated with William Morris’s carpets, fabrics and wallpapers.
Interiors of Blackwell, built 1898-1900 by Baillie Scott as a holiday home in the Lake District for Sir Edward Holt, a Manchester brewer. It is an important example of the Arts and Crafts style and includes items and decoration by Morris & Co. and Ruskin Pottery.