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The Green Velvet Bedchamber, with bed and overmantel design by William Kent in Houghton Hall. (Palladian Bed)

The Green Velvet Bedchamber, with bed and overmantel design by William Kent in Houghton Hall. (Palladian Bed) The home of Britain's first Prime Minister, Sir Robert Walpole.

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A look inside Robin Birley's exclusive English Country style bedroom, with a large oil painting—the artist is unknown

Houghton Hall - Kneedle-work bed with English embroidery. Original Interiors by William Kent. Book: Early Georgian Interiors by John Cornforth

Mrs Bennet's bedchamber at Pemberley OR Houghton Hall - Kneedle-work bed with English embroidery. Original Interiors by William Kent. Book: Early Georgian Interiors by John Cornforth

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This image identifies the chinoiserie period of the century. With a chippendale sylte chair. Black and gold decrotive walls. Bed canopy also shows that style.

Handel's home was opened in 2001 by the Handel House Trust. It comprises a carefully restored set of period rooms on the first and second floors of 25 Brook Street together with exhibition rooms, and now the restoration of Hendrix's flat, in number 23. Photo: The Handel House Trust Ltd. Photo: James Mortimer/Handel House Trust Ltd

Handel House Museum, 25 Brooks Street - see website for weekly concerts and rehersals

Photo by Paul Barker ©English Country House Interiors by Jeremy Musson, Rizzoli New York 2011

State Bedroom at Holkham Hall, Norfolk. century tapestry wraps the room. [Photo by Paul Barker ©English Country House Interiors by Jeremy Musson, Rizzoli New York

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Enfilade at Holkham Hall, Norfolk, UK. Constructed in the Palladian style for Thomas Coke, Earl of Leicester by architect William Kent.

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Embossed wool camlet in dark celadon used as hangings on the Century bed in the Queen Elizabeth Room.

An important George III state bed by Mayhew & Ince, January 1768 from Burghley House

A pair of George III mahogany dining room urns and pedestals, in the manner of Mayhew & Ince, circa 1775

Houghton Hall, Painted Taffeta Bed Hangings circa 1745.

Houghton Hall, Painted Taffeta Bed Hangings circa Interiors by Kent. Book: Early Georgian Interiors by John Cornforth

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The red japanned cabinet at Erddig, is by John Belchier French English Huguenot There is more chinoiserie by Belchier at that extraordinary house. Right next to the cabinet is the state bed from about 1720 with its Chinese embroidered hangings.

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