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Unusual oak chest Yorkshire Ca1650 England. 31"H x 61"W x 23.5"D.

Unusual oak chest Yorkshire Ca1650 England. 31"H x 61"W x 23.5"D.

Bespoke Kitchens Yorkshire | Luxury, Custom and Handmade Kitchens and Wooden Furniture Yorkshire | Bespoke Kitchens

Bespoke Kitchens Yorkshire | Luxury, Custom and Handmade Kitchens and Wooden Furniture Yorkshire | Bespoke Kitchens

Japanned wardrobe by Thomas Chippendale at Nostell Priory, West Yorkshire. ©NTPL/Andreas von Einsiedel

Japanned wardrobe by Thomas Chippendale at Nostell Priory, West Yorkshire. ©NTPL/Andreas von Einsiedel Love the green .

Design and Specify, canteen stool, canteen seating, colourful, informal, practical, office design, office furniture, reception desk, meeting room, training room, office, fit out, refurbishment, interior design, Leeds, York, Harrogate, Yorkshire,

Design and Specify, canteen stool, canteen seating, colourful, informal, practical, office design, office furniture, reception desk, meeting room, training room, office, fit out, refurbishment, interior design, Leeds, York, Harrogate, Yorkshire,

S-Shaped Seat: Clifton Park Rotherham - Woodscape Street Furniture

Garden Shed Security Lock fits to 900mm wide door Shedbar

Karen's North York Moors Cottage - Luxury Holiday Cottages in Yorkshire

Karen's North York Moors Cottage - Luxury Holiday Cottages in Yorkshire- I love the butcher block island & how the stove is set back in what it looks to be an old fireplace.

The Harewood House, Chippendale Bed. Close up of bed detail. Humphries Weaving recreated silk damask bed drapes, silk lute and tammy linings for the restoration of the Chippendale state bed. www.humphriesweaving.co.uk

The Harewood House, Chippendale Bed. Close up of bed detail. Humphries Weaving recreated silk damask bed drapes, silk lute and tammy linings for the restoration of the Chippendale state bed.

Duncombe Park, York, Yorkshire - Duncombe Park is one of Yorkshire’s foremost historic houses and estates, and home to the Duncombe family. Early Georgian mansion dating from 1713 (with later wings) by the gentleman amateur architect and friend of Vanbrugh, William Wakefield. Restored as a family home from 1985 by Lord and Lady Feversham and now displaying their collection of British and continental furniture.

Duncombe Park, York, Yorkshire - Duncombe Park is one of Yorkshire’s foremost…

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