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The State Bedchamber at Kedleston Hall

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The state bed at Osterley Park designed by Robert Adam 1776.

Dukes & princes require a certain opulence when it comes to bedchambers. This one's the State Bedroom, c 1760, designed by Robert Adam, Osterley Park House.

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The State Room at Blenheim Palace, birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill

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Harewood House ~ Harewood State bedroom

Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire, UK. Might be the only bed I've seen more dramatic than mine.

The Marble Hall at Petworth, probably built to a design by Daniel Marot. ©National Trust Images/Andreas von Einsiedel

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Great Drawing Room-Badminton House-British House and Garden March 2014-James Fennell

Great Hall

Entrance Hall at Syon House (1762-1769) Robert Adam.

The State Apartments at Windsor Castle are lavishly decorated formal rooms still used for state and official functions.

The State Dining Room at Tredegar House

definitely check the windowsill for 'Catherine' and 'Heathcliffe' carvings

Osterley Park and House, London - The State Bed designed by Robert Adam in 1776 in the State Bedchamber at Osterley Park. The architectural features of the bed resemble a canopied box that Adam had designed for George III at the Italian Theatre in the Haymarket

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