It was lavish or nothing at all. Interior design of the Victorian Era required grandeur. An ambition to which they reached through displaying each and every furnishing. Opulence began in the rug design to the fringed valance.
The expanse of a manicured lawn rolled out as a carpet to Hampton Court. Lancelot Brown attempted to share his vision of the property. How could he quite explain to Hannah Moore? "'Now there' said he, pointing his finger, 'I make a comma, and there' pointing to another spot, 'where a more decided turn is proper, I make a... Continue Reading →