The Mackintosh House
The Mackintosh House is a meticulous reassemblage of the principal interiors from the Mackintoshes’ Glasgow home. The couple lived at 78 Southpark Avenue (originally 6 Florentine Terrace) from 1906 to 1914. Substantial alterations were made in 1906 as Mackintosh remodelled the proportions and natural lighting of the Victorian end-of-terrace house. The principal interiors were decorated in his distinctive style, remarkable then, and now, for the disciplined austerity of the furnishings and decoration.
The interiors have been furnished with the Mackintoshes' own furniture - all to Mackintosh's design - and decorated as closely as possible to the original. The selection of bric à brac, fitted carpets, curtains and other soft furnishings was based on contemporary descriptions of the house and photographs of Mackintosh interiors of the period.
View a slideshow of the interiors of The Mackintosh House.
There is an admission charge for The Mackintosh House.
Admission is self-guided. Last entry 4.15pm (3.15pm Sunday). Find out more.
Because of the nature of the Mackintosh House, access for wheelchair users, or people with mobility impairments, is limited to the orientation room, hall and dining room. View the AccessAble guide to the Hunterian Art Gallery and the Mackintosh House.