The singular Dennis Severs’ House — one of the many unique London “House” museums — offers a historically accurate depiction of 18th-century British interior design, including this fine example of a quirkily displayed Regency convex mirror.  Photo via We Heart.

12 Rooms with Dramatic, Unexpected Mirrors

Gorgeous salmon pink walls and warm, gold furnishings - Dennis Severs' House, 18 Folgate Street, London,

Wallpapers | de Gournay

Greek Revival "Sideyard" House in Charleston. Built in 1843 for William C. Restoration by: G.

Formal dining with a view, but who's looking out the window with all those beautiful furnishings.

Federal Period influences - high ceiling, arched windows, pronounced stepped off mouldings, symmetry columnar decorative elements and wonderful hand painted wall murals.

The dining room in The Cottage at Badminton decorated by Tom Parr for the Somersets before David Somerset became Duke of Beaufort, at which ...

The dining room in The Cottage at Badminton decorated by Tom Parr for the Somersets before David Somerset became Duke of Beaufort, at which time the family moved into the grander Badminton House. From Colefax & Fowler

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