18th Century Interiors

Interior Design from houses great and small in the 1700s. Also included here are miniature rooms and rooms created after the time but which strictly adhere to the 18th Century.
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Chatsworth House interior. Note the Trompe l’eoil violin and bow painted in 1723 by Jan van dear Vaart, hanging on the back of a door. Not only is it extremely realistic but it adds charm, humour and a thing of beauty to the interior.

Chatsworth House interior. Note the Trompe l’eoil violin and bow painted in 1723 by Jan van dear Vaart, hanging on the back of a door. Not only is it extremely realistic but it adds charm, humour and a thing of beauty to the interior.

Tour 5 Magnificent 18th-Century Country Houses Photos | Architectural Digest

Tour 5 Magnificent 18th-Century Country Houses

A new book takes us inside some of esteemed architect Robert Adam& most impressive projects

A  Duchesse Brisee tucked into a window recess… | The French Chateau de Nicolay-Mazery

A Duchesse Brisee tucked into a window recess…from The French Chateau de-nicolay-mazery

The neoclassical entrance to Osterley Park House, Middlesex, England

Room view of the Entrance Hall at Osterley Park, designed by Robert Adam in 1767 and has stucco decoration by the firm of Joseph Rose and grisaille paintings by Giovanni Battista Cipriani

The green velvet bed chamber at Houghton Hall. From Houghton Hall: Portrait of an English Country House (David Cholmondeley and Andrew Moore, Derry Moore photography). Built in the 1720’s for prime minister Sir Robert Walpole.|  via Trouvais

The green velvet bed chamber at Houghton Hall. From Houghton Hall: Portrait of an English Country House (David Cholmondeley and Andrew Moore, Derry Moore photography). Built in the for prime minister Sir Robert Walpole.

Card Room, George and Martha Washington's Mount Vernon Estate | Historic Colors of the Mount Vernon Estate

Historic Colors of the Mount Vernon Estate — ColorTherapy

George & Martha Washington's dining room at Mt. Vernon

Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens - Picture Tour: The Large Dining Room in the Mount Vernon Mansion

The Entrance Hall in the 18th Century by Patrick Baty #patrickbaty #18thC #Georgian

Still one of my favourite houses after many years working on some wonderful projects.

Early 1700's Chateau de Digoine, Burgundy, France - Central Salon

French Filmmaker Jean-Louis Remilleux’s Antique-Filled Chateau

French filmmaker Jean-Louis Remilleux fills his Burgundy Château with glories, from fine gilt-wood furnishings to ancien régime portraits.

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