The library desk, said to have come from Houghton Hall and possibly used by Prime Minister Sir Robert Walpole. ©National Trust Images/John Hammond
Houghton Hall's Common Parlour
Houghton Hall in Norfolk was conceived by Architect William Kent in the 1720s for England’s first prime minister, Sir Robert Walpole.
a library for a country house
Rousham House, Main Salon.
Entrance, Rousham House, Oxfordshire, ca.1635 & then remodeled by William Kent in 18thC. Image: Andrew Montgomery.
MARBLE HALL AT HATFIELD HOUSE - ELIZABETH I's CHILDHOOD HOME.