Arts & Crafts bedroom at Blackwell


Last Autumn Blackwell opened a recreated Master Arts & Crafts bedroom inspired from  designs by Hugh Baillie Scott, Blackwell’s architect, interpreted by contemporary designers. The items of furniture and other objects on display are very typical of the Arts & Crafts style.

The oak bed has been created for the room from a actual design by Baillie Scott from the Pyghtle Works catalogue printed in 1901.



5 thoughts on “Arts & Crafts bedroom at Blackwell

    • Until recently this room had been used for temporary exhibitions. However, it was the original Master Bedroom when Blackwell was first built.
      And we love Blackwell too! We visit several times a year to see the temporary exhibitions and eat in the cafe – and to experience that beautiful white drawing rooms with the views over Windermere to the Coniston Fells. A benefit of being “Friends” of the Lakeland Arts Trust

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