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Keddies Department Store, Southend-on-Sea, Essex: the soft furnishings department

Yorke Rosenberg & Mardall
NOTES: This store occupied two storeys of a mixed use block: the second and third floors were used for parking and the eight top floors for offices. The store ceased trading in the mid 1990s.

Queen Victoria's Royal Train: the ladies-in-waiting saloon with upholstery in gold silk

NOTES: This railway carriage was built by the London and North-Western Railway and became part of the National Railway Museum collection in York in 1975.

Arthur Sanderson and Sons Ltd stand, Daily Mail Ideal Home Exhibition, Olympia, London

NOTES: This stand was designed by Sanderson's own staff.

Music room in unidentified home

Bell, Vanessa (1879-1961)
SOURCE: Derek Patmore. Colour schemes for the modern home (London, 1936), pl. 15

Sir Kenneth Clark's house, 30 Portland Place, London: the sitting room

Adam (Brothers)
NOTES: Sir Kenneth Clark lived at no.30 Portland Place from 1934-1939. The carpet here was designed by Marion Dorn.

Royal County Hotel, Old Elvet, Durham: the public bar

Tributus Design Unit Ltd
NOTES: The hotel was created out of four buildings, ranging in date from the early 18th century to the later 19th century in 1972.

Elmbank, York: detail of the stencilled linen panel in the morning room

Walton, George (1867-1933)
NOTES: Walton redecorated and furnished Elmbank.

Design for a wallpaper or woven silk incorporating a repeating pattern of seahorses and waves

Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)
NOTES: This was one of seven Voysey designs for wallpapers or textiles published in the Builder, 1899 April 8, for which he provided explanatory notes. His note regarding this design stated, "This design was made for wallpaper or woven silk, but never considered good enough by the manufacturers to be produced."

Design for a textile showing waterlilies growing in a stream

Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)

Design for a wallpaper or textile showing winged angel figures and devils

Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)

Design for a printed velvet entitled 'The Three Men of Gotham'

Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)