Just had to wipe the drool from my keyboard. Gorgeous woodwork and textiles.
What a beautiful combination.
That's exactly the kind of paneling I want for the Tudor great hall of my dream country estate! and the chest will go quite nicely at the foot of the bed in the "Queen's Room" -- with red velvet cushions to match the red velvet bed hangings. . .And the rug. . . Oh, nuts. Now I have this lovely damp spot of drule on the front of my shirtfront. . .
P.S., I followed your link to their website -- Fortunately, I got a cup towel from the kitchen first to keep the drule off my keyboard. . . ! As I am wont to say, If wishes were horses, I'd be knee deep in it. . . .
Thanks for sharing this link! Wouldn't it be lovely to read books in the libraries depicted? I so admire all of the craftsmanship that goes into creating those beautiful spaces!
Have you seen this ?Strange Histories: The Trial of the Pig, the Walking Dead and Other Matters of Fact from the Medieval and Renaissance Worlds [Paperback] Darren Oldridge http://www.amazon.co.uk/Strange-Histories-Walking-Medieval-Renaissance/dp/0415404924/ref=pd_sim_b_2
Glad to inspire decorating fantasies to you all:)Hermes - I'm adding that to my wish list!!!