Emery Walker's House

The house is closed for refurbishment until 2017.

The tall, terraced house on the River Thames at Hammersmith was home to the printer Emery Walker, friend and mentor to William Morris. The decoration and furnishings are preserved as they were in his lifetime.

The decoration at 7 Hammersmith Terrace today is typical of the homes of many of the key figures in the Arts and Crafts movement. The combination of Morris & Co textiles, wallpapers and furniture, 17th- and 18th-century furniture, and Middle Eastern and North African textiles and ceramics is similar to that which decorated William Morris's own house.

The house is currently closed for refurbishment and will reopen in early 2017. The William Morris Society's base at nearby Kelmscott House will remain open for visitors during the works.

Visitor information

A selection of postcards, greetings cards, books and gifts can be purchased after the tour. Refreshments are available at the nearby Black Lion pub, including afternoon teas. Special arrangements can be made in advance to cater for groups.

Venue details

Emery Walker's House The Emery Walker Trust, 7 Hammersmith Terrace London W6 9TS 020 8741 4104 emerywalker.org.uk

Entry details

25% off with National Art Pass (Standard entry £10)

The house is closed for refurbishment until 2017.