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The State Bedchamber at Kedleston Hall. The bed was built in the late 1760s.

Detail of the State Apartments at Kedleston Hall - blue silk damask upholstered walls with gilded fillet moldings. This rooms feels like being in the sky in early afternoon.

State bed, probably made in the early eighteenth century for James, 3rd Viscount Scudamore, by Francis Lapierre and at Holme Lacy until brought to Beningbrough in about 1918

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Detail of the State Apartments at Kedleston, with a blue-john urn and a gilded fillet surrounding the fireplace.

Print, "Design for State Bedchamber, in Second Livre d'Appartement (Second Book on Interiors)", ca. 1700