More aspirational decor, this time from Ackermann’s Repository which was published in Britain between 1809 and 1829. Because why not a country manse with a parlor that looks like a clone of the one at the Prince Regent’s Carlton House. All it takes is money.

An Egyptian chimney front. Plate 33. 1822.
An Egyptian chimney front. Plate 33. 1822. In the public domain.
Sofa, sofa-table, candelabra and footstool. Plate 9. 1822.
Sofa, sofa-table, candelabra and footstool. Plate 9. 1822. In the public domain. via http://www.ekduncan.com/2012/01/regency-furniture-1816-1822-ackermanns.html
Dining room chandelier. Plate 3.
Dining room chandelier. Plate 3. 1822. In the public domain. via http://www.ekduncan.com/2012/01/regency-furniture-1816-1822-ackermanns.html
Gothic furniture. Plate 21. 1819.
Gothic furniture. Plate 21. 1819. In the public domain. via http://www.ekduncan.com/2012/01/regency-furniture-1816-1822-ackermanns.html
Drawing room curtains. Plate 32. 1818.
Drawing room curtains. Plate 32. 1818. In the public domain. via http://www.ekduncan.com/2012/01/regency-furniture-1816-1822-ackermanns.html
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