More décor to love. Why not have a drawing room like Mrs. Fitzherbert’s even if no one royal ever comes to call. From Ackermann’s Repository, all of these having been published in 1824.

Drawingroom table, chairs and footstools. 1824. Plate 35.
Drawingroom table, chairs and footstools. 1824. Plate 35. In the public domain due to age. via archive.org and http://www.ekduncan.com/2012/01/regency-furniture-1823-1828-ackermanns.html
Astronomical clock. 1824. Plate 27.
Astronomical clock. 1824. Plate 27. In the public domain due to age. via archive.org and http://www.ekduncan.com/2012/01/regency-furniture-1823-1828-ackermanns.html
Bookcase for a study. 1824. Plate 3.
Bookcase for a study. 1824. Plate 3. In the public domain due to age. via archive.org and http://www.ekduncan.com/2012/01/regency-furniture-1823-1828-ackermanns.html
Alcove window curtains. 1824. Plate 3.
Alcove window curtains. 1824. Plate 3. In the public domain due to age. via archive.org and http://www.ekduncan.com/2012/01/regency-furniture-1823-1828-ackermanns.html
Chamber decoration of a chamber and French bed. 1824. Plate 15.
Chamber decoration of a chamber and French bed. 1824. Plate 15. In the public domain due to age. via archive.org and http://www.ekduncan.com/2012/01/regency-furniture-1823-1828-ackermanns.html

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