Timorous Beasties Fabric - Bloomsbury Garden : botanical : florals

Bloomsbury Garden Dreich fabric This on a sofa please! Reminds me of the sofa material my parents had when I was young

Decorating secrets of the Bloomsbury Group - The Chromologist

A painted window sill in the spare room © Penelope Fewster on behalf of Charleston Trust. Decorating secrets of the Bloomsbury Group - The Chromologist

Duncan Grant - Bloomsbury Group | Textile Design - delightful. @Nicholas Seymore Engert

NOW AND THEN: Inspired by the Bloomsbury Group

Duncan Grant textile design Duncan Grant originally designed the Queen Mary fabric for the first class lounge, but unfortunately it was never used. The Queen Mary is suitable for Upholstery and Drapery

Vanessa. I found this labeled as Virginia in 1925, but a reader corrected the identification to Vanessa.

Novel Gives Voice To Virginia Woolf's Overshadowed Sister

Unlike her (Virginia Wolf) sister, Vanessa Bell, seen here circa didn't keep a journal. "Her voice is largely unheard and I was really interested in that," Priya Parmar says.

Cool styling: The taste of Petrol and Porcelain | Interior design, Vintage Sets and Unique Pieces www.petrolandporcelain.com

Interior & Garden Design Ideas - Beautiful Home Design

Angelica by Vanessa Bell - Hastings Battleaxe                                                                                                                                                     More

Hastings Battleaxe : Charleston Farm House and Berwick Church - another Literary Ladies outing

Cressida thinks in patterns and designs - and lives among them too (left); Bell's Mexican Tulips silk design (right) will be made into a dress for the next series of ITV drama Mr Selfridge (dress and styling by Philippa Stockley)

Bloomsbury legacy lives on in Cressida Bell’s colourful London home

Cressida thinks in patterns and designs - and lives among them too (left); Bell's Mexican Tulips silk design (right) will be made into a dress for the next series of ITV drama Mr Selfridge (dress and styling by Philippa Stockley)

Charleston Farmhouse (Lewes, East Sussex) - country home of the Bloomsbury group; an example of Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant's decorative style

Doing the Charleston: The country hideaway where the Bloomsbury Set loved in triangles

The library at Charleston. Door panels and bookcases decorated by Duncan Grant

Just a peek inside Virginia Woolf and sister, Vanessa Bell's beautiful house which was home to the famous Bloomsbury Group .

Family and friends of Vanessa Bell at Charleston - 'Bloomsbury' is the name given to the artists, writers and intellectuals who began to meet at the Bloomsbury home of the artist Vanessa Bell and her writer sister Virginia Woolf in 1905.

Family and friends of Vanessa Bell at Charleston - 'Bloomsbury' is the name given to the artists, writers and intellectuals who began to meet at the Bloomsbury home of the artist Vanessa Bell and her writer sister Virginia Woolf in

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