Georgian british interiors risk to be one of the most interesting decor styles of the world.
If you don’t know what it means, see “The king’s speech“: a tribute to beauty and elegance.
Yes, the royal house speeks by herself with rare furniture and golden details, but the most part of the movie rings around entire rooms decorated with liberty wallpapers.
Buy them here, in London, of course:
Bradbury & Bradbury Art Wallpapers
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In The King’s speech you can see one of the most incredible movie locations of ever: the Lionel Logue’s ‘Harley Street’ consulting room, so delabrè, that even Amy Winehouse used for the “Rehab” video .
This extraordinary consulting room with striking windows and wonderfully distressed wallpaper is, amazingly, part of the same elegant Georgian house located at 33 Portland Place that provided the royal couple’s ‘Piccadilly’ home. One house for two opposite atmospheres: half royal half popular.
If you want to visit it click here
The house is currently used as one of London’s most idiosyncratic party venues.
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If you want to simulate that wall in your house… look at the the color spectrum!
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