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Cathedral of Monreale, Palermo, Sicily, Italy.

"Habitually Chic" tours the opulent Chateau de Groussay in France. Pictured is the garden tent interior. A room covered floor-to-ceiling in Delft blue tiles!

Red House ceiling painted by William Morris & friends. via "William Morris Fan Club" blog

Red House Ceilings

One of the really spectacular aspects of Red House are the ceilings, many of which were hand-painted by Morris and his friends. Some ha...

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Giger Museum bar

The Amber Room was rebuilt. It took 25 years and 11 million dollars, at that time.

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On the edge of Holland Park in Kensington, the house is one of the most remarkable buildings of the 19th century.    The house was the former home and studio of the leading Victorian artist, Frederic, Lord Leighton (1830-1896). Built to designs by George Aitchison, it was extended and embellished over a period of 30 years to create a private palace of art.
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Leighton House Museum

The house was the former home and studio of the leading Victorian artist, Frederic, Lord Leighton (1830-1896). Built to designs by George Aitchison, it was extended and embellished over a period of 30 years to create a private palace of art.

Rudolf von Alt, Office of Count Lanckoronski, Vienna, 1881

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Bedroom from Sagredo Palace,  Venice, stuccowork probably by Abbondio Stazio of Massagno and Carpoforo Mazzetti, ceiling painting probably by Gaspare Diziani of Belluno, wood, stucco, marble, glass.  The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Voyeurism in a Venetian Palace Bedroom @metmuseum

How would you feel having a host of cherubic putti constantly flying around your bedroom? The Bedroom from Sagredo Palace, Venice in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (@metmuseum) offered this...

Red House: At the top of the stairs is the main living room with a large custom furniture piece by architect Philip Webb. The piece is flanked by murals by Burne-Jones. The 4 small doors in the wainscoting reveal paintings by William Morris. Apparently much of the room was covered in murals before later occupants painted over the walls!
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Red House...the main rooms

Part 2 of the awesome tour through Red House.....The architect Philip Webb designed much of the furniture for Red House -- above is the...

Leighton House Museum, the former London abode of Lord Frederick Leighton, has always been an astonishing place. Built to the eminent Victorian artist's own specification, it evolved around him throughout his 30 years in residence to become a lavish one-bedroom studio house and an opulent "Private Palace of Art". (click through for more photos & a nice story about the house.)
Leighton House MuseumFrederick LeightonChelsea LondonHolland Park

Meticulous restoration brings Victorian ambience back to Leighton House

After more than a century as a museum and one of the capital's best-kept secrets, Lord Leighton House Museum has been meticulously restored to its Victorian state.

An interior from the Hôtel de Varengeville in Paris, circa 1740, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.    Photo: Michael Nagle for The New York Times

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An interior from the Hôtel de Varengeville in Paris, circa 1740, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Photo: Michael Nagle for The New York Times

The Wallace Collection's Large Drawing Room, with boulle furnishings set off by lush wall coverings. The museum's revitalization emphasizes the intimacy of the house and its astonishing range of paintings, armor, porcelain and French furniture collected by five generations of Wallaces.    Photo: Courtesy of Trustees of The Wallace Collection, London

Period Rooms, Refurbished - The New York Times > Arts > Slide Show > Slide 2 of 9

The Wallace Collection's Large Drawing Room, with boulle furnishings set off by lush wall coverings. The museum's revitalization emphasizes the intimacy of the house and its astonishing range of paintings, armor, porcelain and French furniture collected by five generations of Wallaces. Photo: Courtesy of Trustees of The Wallace Collection, London

The Metropolitan Museum of Art has redone its Wrightsman Galleries for French Decorative Arts to evoke how the elite -- royal and almost royal -- lived.    Photo: Michael Nagle for The New York Times

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art has redone its Wrightsman Galleries for French Decorative Arts to evoke how the elite -- royal and almost royal -- lived. Photo: Michael Nagle for The New York Times