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Dáithaí C: Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton

Dáithaí C: Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton

Beautiful Fairy Tale Architecture From Norway. These places seem so cool to go to

Beautiful Fairy Tale Architecture From Norway

LOVE AMONG THE RUINS by Burne-Jones, 1894, against the oak panelling of the Great Parlour at Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton, West Midlands

LOVE AMONG THE RUINS by Burne-Jones, 1894, against the oak panelling of the Great Parlour at Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton, West Midlands

Photos of Wightwick Manor and Gardens, Wolverhampton - Attraction Images - TripAdvisor

Photos of Wightwick Manor and Gardens, Wolverhampton - Attraction Images - TripAdvisor

Wightwick Manor: The Indian Bird Room at Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton, West Midlands. The "Indian Bird" printed linen wall-hangings are a Warners fabric, and the bed hangings are a William Morris printed velveteen called "Wey". #William_Morris #Morris_and_Co #Wightwick_Manor

Wightwick Manor: The Indian Bird Room at Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton, West Midlands. The "Indian Bird" printed linen wall-hangings are a Warners fabric, and the bed hangings are a William Morris printed velveteen called "Wey". #William_Morris #Morris_and_Co #Wightwick_Manor

Suffolk, Ipswich, The Ancient House

Suffolk, Ipswich, The Ancient House

Wentworth Woodhouse Marble Hall - (1725 - 1768) designed by the talented local architect, John Carr of York.

Wentworth Woodhouse Marble Hall - (1725 - 1768) designed by the talented local architect, John Carr of York.

Part of the collection in the drawing room at Wightwick Manor. The walls are decorated with William Morris 'Dove and Rose' silk and wool wall hangings.Photo Simon Upton.  Country Life

Part of the collection in the drawing room at Wightwick Manor. The walls are decorated with William Morris 'Dove and Rose' silk and wool wall hangings.Photo Simon Upton. Country Life

A corner of the Oak Room at Wightwick Manor with period carvings and paintings based on early Rossetti works.

A corner of the Oak Room at Wightwick Manor with period carvings and paintings based on early Rossetti works.

Philip Webb designed the ceiling, frieze and gesso panels on the walls •Edward Burnes-Jones painted the designs on the pianoforte •William Morris designed the wallpaper, window treatments and area rug

Philip Webb designed the ceiling, frieze and gesso panels on the walls •Edward Burnes-Jones painted the designs on the pianoforte •William Morris designed the wallpaper, window treatments and area rug

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