Classic Georgian Style

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St Martins Press, 1997 - Architecture - 192 pages
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In "Classic Georgian Style" Henrietta Spencer-Churchill explores the Age of Elegance, a heritage which is strongly evident in her own classic style. She tours a variety of Georgian Houses and estates throughout the British Isles to give a fascinating overview of the period (1700-1830).

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As with her other books, Classic English Interiors (LJ 10/15/92) and Classic Fabrics (LJ 1/97), Spencer-Churchill presents a lavishly illustrated primer on the subject even when claiming that it is ... Read full review

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Henrietta Spencer-Churchill is the daughter of the 11th Duke of Marlborough, whose family home is Blenheim Palace. She runs the highly successful interior design company Woodstock Designs in England, and has clients in the United States and the UK. Her fabric and wallpaper collections are sold through leading interior design stores as well as in her own shops in London and Woodstock, England, and through Grey Watkins in the United States. She is a regular lecturer and is the author of six books, including the popular "Classic Entertaining."

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