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Tour 'Stoneywell Cottage', Leicestershire: Designed by leading Arts and Crafts architect Ernest Gimson in 1898, the house is a wonderfully preserved example of the movement's ideals. - Period Living

Tour 'Stoneywell Cottage', Leicestershire: Designed by leading Arts and Crafts architect Ernest Gimson in the house is a wonderfully preserved example of the movement's ideals. - Period Living House from that one dream I had where I had a tandem bicycle!

Great Chalfield Manor near Melksham in Wiltshire.

Great Chalfield Manor in Wiltshire. ~ Charming Arts and Crafts Garden, National Trust, well worth a visit as are the many other local NT properties. Come and stay at Avalon Lodge B&B and discover.

Philip Webb designed the fireplace and paneling in the drawing room at Standen (1892-94 Sussex, England); much of the furniture and the carpet were designed by William Morris.

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Drawing room at The Red House (the first and last house Morris ever built). Much of the furniture and the carpet were designed by William Morris.

The Original Morris & Co - Arts and crafts, fabrics and wallpaper designs by William Morris & Company | Search - find your perfect Morris design with our comprehensive search tools | British/UK Fabrics and Wallpapers

The Original Morris & Co - Arts and crafts, fabrics and wallpaper designs by William Morris & Company Search - find your perfect Morris design with our comprehensive search tools British/UK Fabrics and Wallpapers

Chapter 17: English Arts and Crafts Movement; The Orchard, Voysey

The Orchard. 1899 House for C. Voysey and Mary Maria Voysey. Voysey left the Orchard in 1906 The Orchard at Chorleywood, Hertfordshire

[Sullingstead, Lutyens house, refurbished by Michael Edwards. Pinned from the Traditional Architecture Group.]

[Sullingstead, Lutyens house, refurbished by Michael Edwards. Pinned from the Traditional Architecture Group.

Folly Farm - And No Birds Sing...Sir Edwin Landseer Lutyens, OM KCIE RA FRIBA (29 March 1869 – 1 January 1944) was a British architect known for imaginatively adapting traditional architectural styles to the requirements of his era. He designed many English country houses, war memorials and public buildings. He has been referred to as "the greatest British architect of the twentieth (or of any other) century."

second extension - Folly Farm - Sulhamstead, West Berkshire - Lutyens - 1912

CHARLES F.A. VOYSEY (English): The Orchard, Chorley Wood, Hertfordshire, UK. 1900.  In addition to his buildings, Voysey designed wallpapers, fabrics and furnishings in a simple Arts & Crafts manner. He died in Winchester, England in 1941. LINK for more.

Christopher Vickers is a specialist maker of the finest quality handmade Arts & Crafts furniture, metalwork & lighting, inspired by and to the original designs of CFA Voysey, Ernest Gimson, WAS Benson & the Birmingham Guild of Handicraft.

A corner of the Great Parlour at Wightwick Manor

Patterns of beauty at Wightwick

A corner of the Great Parlour at Wightwick Manor, designed by Morris & Co. The July 2011 issue of "The World of Interiors" features an article on Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton, with text by Nicholas Mander and photographs by Christopher Simon Sykes.

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