On the Market: A Historical House Reimagined for a Modern Family in Stroud…

On the Market: A Historical House Reimagined for a Modern Family in Stroud, England

Elements of Style Blog | A Historic House with Personality | http://www.elementsofstyleblog.com

Elements of Style Blog | A Historic House with Personality | http://www.elementsofstyleblog.com

would this work even with a lower ceiling?

On the Market: A Historical House Reimagined for a Modern Family in Stroud, England

A Contemporary Reinterpretation Of A Historical Rural Residence In Pennsylvania | Interior Design inspirations and articles

15 Modern House Design Trends Creating Luxury, Comfortable Lifestyle, Increasing Home Values

A Contemporary Reinterpretation Of A Historical Rural Residence In Pennsylvania | Interior Design inspirations and articles

Kelmarsh Hall, Northamptonshire - Built for the Hanbury family in the 1730s by virtuoso architect, James Gibbs & builder, Francis Smith of Warwick. One other arbiter of fashion to leave her mark on the Hall was society decorator Nancy Lancaster. Drawn by the house’s fine bone structure, her taste for combining comfort with formality set the trend for the 20th Century’s Country House look. Her spirit pervades the house today in the delicate terracotta colouring of the Great Hall

Kelmarsh Hall, Northamptonshire - Built for the Hanbury family in the 1730s by virtuoso architect, James Gibbs & builder, Francis Smith of Warwick. One other arbiter of fashion to leave her mark on the Hall was society decorator Nancy Lancaster. Drawn by the house’s fine bone structure, her taste for combining comfort with formality set the trend for the 20th Century’s Country House look. Her spirit pervades the house today in the delicate terracotta colouring of the Great Hall

The entry in a Victorian townhouse in Southwest London features decorative original stained glass windows, along with ornate cornicing. Photo: Andy Haslam for The New York Times

A Victorian Townhouse in Southwest London

The entry in a Victorian townhouse in Southwest London features decorative original stained glass windows, along with ornate cornicing. Photo: Andy Haslam for The New York Times

A set of four Victorian chairs painted in Autentico Pigeon Grey and reupholstered in Balmoral Tartan check fabric and toile. A bit Queen Victoria meets Louis XIV if that were historically possible!

A set of four Victorian chairs painted in Autentico Pigeon Grey and reupholstered in Balmoral Tartan check fabric and toile. A bit Queen Victoria meets Louis XIV if that were historically possible!

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