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Swinton and Pendlebury open-air school, Barton Road, Swinton, Lancashire: close-up of the canvas camp beds in the rest shelter

Bennett, Sir Hubert (1909-2000)
NOTES: This photograph comes from the archive of Sir Anthony Wakefield Cox (1915-1993).

Royal Palace, Queluz: the circular King's Bedroom decorated with cartouches depicting scenes from Don Quixote

Oliveira, Mateus Vicente de (1706-1785)
NOTES: Work on this palace, designed as a summer retreat for Dom Pedro of Braganza, began in Rococo style in 1747 under the architect Mateus Vicente de Oliveira (1706-1786).

Schloss Neuschwanstein, Bavaria: the King's bedroom decorated with murals depicting the legend of Tristan and Isolde

Dollmann, Georg Carl Heinrich von (1830-1895)
NOTES: This castle was built for Ludwig II of Bavaria by Eduard Riedel and Georg Dollmann from idealized sketches by the scene painter Christian Jank.

Bedroom furniture

Talbert, Bruce James (1837 or 8-1881)
SOURCE: Fashionable furniture : a collection of three hundred and fifty original designs representing cabinet work, upholstery and decoration, by various designers (London: Cabinet Maker and Art Furnisher, [1881]), p. 45

'Gothic Chamber' in The Limes, Dulwich, London

Howard, Theodore A.
SOURCE: Building News, vol. 40, 1881 Jan. 27, p. 107

Four poster bed

Heppelwhite & Company
SOURCE: Heppelwhite and Company. The cabinet-maker and upholsterer's guide (London, 1788), pl. 95

Design for a four poster bed

Marot, Daniel (1663?-1752)
SOURCE: Oeuvres du Sr. D. Marot (The Hague, 1703), suite 6

Design for a stage set depicting a Baroque bedchamber

NOTES: This design is by an unidentified 18th century Italian architect.

The Studio, Duke's Head Yard, Highgate, London: the larger of the two bedrooms on the first floor

Tayler & Green
NOTES: Commissioned in 1937 by the Punch cartoonist Roger Pettiward (Paul Crum), this three-storeyed, open-plan house was Tayler & Green's first work. It provided a large studio-living room with living accommodation attached, which occupied the whole of the second floor. It was built of brick and rendered a shade of terracotta.