A mid 1900s postcard view of John Wesley's bedroom, with Wesley's prayer closet beyond. Wesley's teapot stands in a glass case on top of a chest of drawers. Note the stripped pine panelling and door. All of the woodwork inside Wesley's House was stripped during 1930s refurbishment works in the (mistaken) belief that Georgian woodwork was usually left unpainted.
Compare also to the other views of Wesley's bedroom in the Online Collection to see how the layout and displays in this room have changed over the years.