The Pomegranate Passage at Wightwick Manor in the West Midlands has one of the most complete surviving Arts & Crafts interiors. In 1861 William Morris founded the company Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co, later known as Morris & Co, which was to spread his pioneering design throughout the world.
Wightwick Manor--the building & interiors were heavily influenced by the English Arts & Craft Movement. Today, under the Owlpen Manor Estate, it remains one of the best fully preserved examples of the style.
Hanbury Hall is a large stately home, built in the early 18th century, standing in parkland at Hanbury, near Stoke Prior, West Midlands, Worcestershire, England. The main range has two storeys and is built of red brick in the Queen Anne style. It is a Grade I listed building. The associated Orangery and Long Gallery pavilion ranges are listed Grade II*. Wikipedia