English Style Design
Classic English Design and Antiques: Period Styles and Furniture [Hyde Park Antiques Collection, Emily Eerdmans, Rachel Karr, Mario Buatta] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A glorious celebration of the singular sophistication of English furniture, this lavishly illustrated volume features more than 150 objects from the world-class collection of Hyde Park Antiques—one of
English Vintage Design. I also love making vintage style jewellery, and use lots of oxidised brass and silver antique style components in my pieces, along with vintage and new Swarovski crystal, Czech glass, and semi-precious gemstones, to create the vintage look.
You probably hear people identify this asymmetrical style of architecture by one word—Tudor—but Tudor Revival may be more accurate. Here in the United States, this style of home first became popular during the late 19 th century and the first half of the 20 th century—then again in the late 20 th century.
The English garden style is a world-famous tradtion that's as inspiring as ever. Wherever you live, check out these examples of English gardens to get ideas for your own design.
Comfort and practicality are the focus of British design, says Ros Byam Shaw in Perfect English (Ryland Peters & Small; $35). The book highlights more than 20 inspirational homes that reveal a variety of English decorating styles, from simple to eccentric.
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