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Syon House, Isleworth, London: console table and mirror with a pair of candelabra

Adam, Robert (1728-1792)
SOURCE: Robert and James Adam. The works in architecture of Robert and James Adam, Esquires. Volume III. Containing the remainder of the designs, to complete those in the preceding volumes (London, 1822), pl. [9] NOTES: Although this plate is said to be furniture for Syon it is possible that these pieces were designed for other houses.

Chairs and tables for the drawing room in a Chinese style

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. 111

'Gothic Chamber' in The Limes, Dulwich, London

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

Cottage sitting room exhibited by Kendal Milne & Co. at the Manchester Art Museum for William Morris & Co.

SOURCE: British Architect, vol. 22, 1884 Nov. 21, after p. 246 NOTES: In the accompanying article the furniture and furnishings are described as appropriate for the spending power of the lower middle class.

A pair of weekend cottages in Sussex

Morris, George Llewellyn
SOURCE: George Ll. Morris and Esther Wood, The Country cottage (London: Lane, 1906), p. 57

The Studio, Duke's Head Yard, Highgate, London: the studio with integrated living space on the second 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.

Dining room furniture in mahogany and macassar ebony

Gordon Russell Limited
NOTES: The chairs are from Thonet and the rest of the furniture was designed by Gordon Russell Limited who used Asterisk wallpaper.

Living / dining room

Gordon Russell Limited
NOTES: The furniture was designed by Gordon Russell Limited except for the original late 18th century pieces.

Flat in Connaught Place, Hyde Park,London: the living room

Chermayeff, Serge (1900-1996)
NOTES: Chermayeff restyled these interiors for Commander Heywood-Lonsdale.

Eltham Palace, London: the dining room

Seely & Paget
NOTES: This royal palace was restored and extended from 1933 to 1936 by Seely & Paget.

Design for furniture in a Neo-Jacobean style

Smith, Bernard E.
SOURCE: Building News, vol. 30, 1876 June 30, after p. 648