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Red House (a Grade I Listed Building), Bexleyheath

Red House (a Grade I Listed Building), Bexleyheath

Red House: At the top of the stairs is the main living room with a large custom furniture piece by architect Philip Webb. The piece is flanked by murals by Burne-Jones. The 4 small doors in the wainscoting reveal paintings by William Morris. Apparently much of the room was covered in murals before later occupants painted over the walls! #William_Morris #Red_House #Arts_and_Crafts

Red House: At the top of the stairs is the main living room with a large custom furniture piece by architect Philip Webb. The piece is flanked by murals by Burne-Jones. The 4 small doors in the wainscoting reveal paintings by William Morris. Apparently much of the room was covered in murals before later occupants painted over the walls! #William_Morris #Red_House #Arts_and_Crafts

cool space

cool space

William Morris sofa

William Morris sofa

25. William Morris: Red House: Interior front door: everything in this house is a bit of a marvel from the architectural drawings to the tapestries and glass work:  http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/742080.William_Morris_and_Red_House

25. William Morris: Red House: Interior front door: everything in this house is a bit of a marvel from the architectural drawings to the tapestries and glass work: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/742080.William_Morris_and_Red_House

Arts and Crafts at Kelmscott Manor

Arts and Crafts at Kelmscott Manor

Red House (a Grade I Listed Building), Bexleyheath

Red House (a Grade I Listed Building), Bexleyheath

Armario diseñado por Philip Webb. Madera. Paneles de las puertas pintadas por Morris,

Armario diseñado por Philip Webb. Madera. Paneles de las puertas pintadas por Morris,

east front of Red House | On the east front of Red House grows a lilac-coloured wisteria.  The freestanding well is to the right. Red House is the Bexleyheath home built for William Morris by architect Philip Webb in 1859.

east front of Red House | On the east front of Red House grows a lilac-coloured wisteria. The freestanding well is to the right. Red House is the Bexleyheath home built for William Morris by architect Philip Webb in 1859.

Joseph Olbrich: Secession Building, Vienna

Joseph Olbrich: Secession Building, Vienna

(Red House, Bexleyheath)  Will's room: White walls with ceiling in black colourway 'Red House' Morris paper

(Red House, Bexleyheath) Will's room: White walls with ceiling in black colourway 'Red House' Morris paper

William Morris Guitar

William Morris Guitar

William Morris (1834‑1896) Angel of the Resurrection: Cartoon for Stained Glass, 1862, Crayon, graphite and watercolour on paper

William Morris (1834‑1896) Angel of the Resurrection: Cartoon for Stained Glass, 1862, Crayon, graphite and watercolour on paper

William Morris-I actually have this fabric from I got a very long time ago and have and have a authenic Morris chair I have been waiting for the right time to recover it! I cannot Wait!!!

William Morris-I actually have this fabric from I got a very long time ago and have and have a authenic Morris chair I have been waiting for the right time to recover it! I cannot Wait!!!

Red House (a Grade I Listed Building), Bexleyheath ~ Window

Red House (a Grade I Listed Building), Bexleyheath ~ Window

Vine    Designed by William Morris in 1873  The Historic Wallpapers Collection

Vine Designed by William Morris in 1873 The Historic Wallpapers Collection