The formation of a grand decorating house Watts & Co. in 1874 ensured clients a congruity of design from building through to interior decoration. Survival through the great wars, when most competitors failed was due largely to a strong reputation as ecclesiastical furnishers. Watts now thrives again in the secular market with a showroom at the Chelsea Harbour Design Centre, London, whilst the clergy continues to be catered for at Watts & Co.’s original premises in Tufton St, Westminster, London.

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