The Life of the House by Henrietta Spencer-Churchill (Rizzoli). Henrietta Spencer-Churchill, Georgian Style, Georgian Houses, Regency Furniture, English Style, English Decorating, Georgian Furniture

The Life of the House by Henrietta Spencer-Churchill (Rizzoli). Henrietta Spencer-Churchill, Georgian Style, Georgian Houses, Regency Furniture, English Style, English Decorating, Georgian Furniture

John Sanderson {Architect} - Chimneypiece possibly by Sir Henry Cheere (1703–1781) Chimney piece possibly by John Cheere (died 1787) Plasterwork attributed to Thomas Roberts (active 1685–1714) - Dining room from Kirtlington Park | The MET

John Sanderson {Architect} - Chimneypiece possibly by Sir Henry Cheere (1703–1781) Chimney piece possibly by John Cheere (died 1787) Plasterwork attributed to Thomas Roberts (active 1685–1714) - Dining room from Kirtlington Park | The MET

english country decorating | English Country Decor II / English parlour in yellows

Kentucky Blue Blood

Hate the polka dots. But if everything was black it would have been amazing. in combination of a colourfull piece of stained glass.

Hate the polka dots. But if everything was black it would have been amazing. in combination of a colourfull piece of stained glass.

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