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British Colonial Style

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Decoding British Colonial Style - House Society

Think tropical inspired furnishings, natural textures & materials, a generally light colour palette and a ‘well-travelled’ vibe – you’ve got yourself classic British Colonial style. At its peak in the 19th and 20th centuries, the British Empire encompassed a quarter of the world, including parts of Africa, Asia, India, the South Pacific and North America. … Continue reading "Decoding British Colonial Style"

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British Colonial Style

This post is inspired by our recent trip to Singapore. Whilst Singapore is now a modern vibrant city, in 1826 it became a British settlement under the control of British India. A walk through Singapore central district reveals plenty of heritage buildings dating back to the British colonial era. These buildings built mainly in the European Neoclassical and Palladian styles are still standing and in use as offices, restaurants and boutique establishments. Raffles Hotel So what are the characteris

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A decorator's guide to British Colonial style

Elegant yet exotic, British Colonial style originated in the West Indies, Caribbean, India and Africa in the era of the British Empire and colonisation. A blending of traditional British style and the local designs and materials available in these tropical destinations like cane, bamboo, linen and greenery.

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Decoding British Colonial Style - House Society

Think tropical inspired furnishings, natural textures & materials, a generally light colour palette and a ‘well-travelled’ vibe – you’ve got yourself classic British Colonial style. At its peak in the 19th and 20th centuries, the British Empire encompassed a quarter of the world, including parts of Africa, Asia, India, the South Pacific and North America. … Continue reading "Decoding British Colonial Style"

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British Colonial Style

This post is inspired by our recent trip to Singapore. Whilst Singapore is now a modern vibrant city, in 1826 it became a British settlement under the control of British India. A walk through Singapore central district reveals plenty of heritage buildings dating back to the British colonial era. These buildings built mainly in the European Neoclassical and Palladian styles are still standing and in use as offices, restaurants and boutique establishments. Raffles Hotel So what are the characteris

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British Colonial Style/ Plantation Style

If the charms and grandeur of colonial-era design fascinate you, you will find some hidden gems in this post. While I have tried to be tru...

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British Colonial Style

This post is inspired by our recent trip to Singapore. Whilst Singapore is now a modern vibrant city, in 1826 it became a British settlement under the control of British India. A walk through Singapore central district reveals plenty of heritage buildings dating back to the British colonial era. These buildings built mainly in the European Neoclassical and Palladian styles are still standing and in use as offices, restaurants and boutique establishments. Raffles Hotel So what are the characteris

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British & French Colonial Style Rooms

The Guest House at Hibiscus Hill | Design by India Hicks. Stunning dining room designed by Alanna Smit Designs and photographed by Simon Whitbread. The beautiful vintage window frame turned mirror is from Manyara…

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Decoding British Colonial Style - House Society

Think tropical inspired furnishings, natural textures & materials, a generally light colour palette and a ‘well-travelled’ vibe – you’ve got yourself classic British Colonial style. At its peak in the 19th and 20th centuries, the British Empire encompassed a quarter of the world, including parts of Africa, Asia, India, the South Pacific and North America. … Continue reading "Decoding British Colonial Style"

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