No.34 is used for this elegant Georgian Dining Room (1714 – 1830). The Georgian era is often referred to as The Age of Elegance. The most important element in Georgian Interiors is perfect proportion alongside carefully balanced colours.
Georgian rooms typically included several decorative features such as plaster and stuccowork, elaborate doorways, panelling, gilding or marble effect paint work. The colours used were muted and sophisticated, a look perfectly suited to the Farrow & Ball palette.
Green walls and fireplace painted in in Farrow & Ball Calke Green, antique architectural illustrations on the walls, antique books, small iron bust, fine china, gold wall sconces and red Persian rug.