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Clarence House - A small tour of the home of Prince Charles

Clarence House - A small tour of the home of Prince Charles

Hecker Guthrie Transforms Men’s Retirement Home Into a Grand Victorian Residence | Yellowtrace

Hecker Guthrie Transforms Men’s Retirement Home Into a Grand Victorian Residence | Yellowtrace

A Georgian cottage. In 1714 Queen Anne died without heirs, the throne was offered to the nearest Protestant relative, George of Hanover, who became George I of England. Georgian England is the name given to the period ruled by the first four British monarchs of the House of Hanover: George I, George II, George III, George IV (1714-1830). Early Georgian architecture has simplicity of form & mathematical proportions rather than the flamboyant style of previous Baroque period.

A Georgian cottage. In 1714 Queen Anne died without heirs, the throne was offered to the nearest Protestant relative, George of Hanover, who became George I of England. Georgian England is the name given to the period ruled by the first four British monarchs of the House of Hanover: George I, George II, George III, George IV (1714-1830). Early Georgian architecture has simplicity of form & mathematical proportions rather than the flamboyant style of previous Baroque period.

Gentleman Bobwhite

Gentleman Bobwhite

Feng Shui: 7 reasons your home needs more green

Feng Shui: 7 reasons your home needs more green

According to luxury interior design practice Oliver Burns, there is a fusion of classical and contemporary detail that has created the quintessential British eclecticism. “Tradition plays a key part in British interiors,” says Katia Perez, head of design at the practice. “British homes are full of history, and although they are classic, there is now a move towards a style that mixes old and new to fit with modern lifestyles (ex. palatial Georgian period detailing)

According to luxury interior design practice Oliver Burns, there is a fusion of classical and contemporary detail that has created the quintessential British eclecticism. “Tradition plays a key part in British interiors,” says Katia Perez, head of design at the practice. “British homes are full of history, and although they are classic, there is now a move towards a style that mixes old and new to fit with modern lifestyles (ex. palatial Georgian period detailing)

Interior Design by Brian J.McCarthy Photography by Fritz von der Schulenburg

Interior Design by Brian J.McCarthy Photography by Fritz von der Schulenburg

New British Colonial - Jupiter, Florida - Fairfax & Sammons Architects - Classical & Traditional Architects NYC

New British Colonial - Jupiter, Florida - Fairfax & Sammons Architects - Classical & Traditional Architects NYC

Country-Cottage Inglès

Country-Cottage Inglès