Georgian - Empora: Luxury and Bespoke Kitchens and Bedrooms, Traditional and Modern Designs
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Georgian architecture and interiors were known for elegance and lightness of touch, with the later Georgian years from 1811-1820 displaying a more flamboyant Regency style. Various styles were in style, and involved some cross-over, including the feminine Rococo and the influence of the Far East on designs for wallpaper and furniture.


Colours from the early Georgian era were burgundy, sage green and duck egg blue but became lighter over the years and include pea green, grey and dusky pink. Ceiling mouldings were intricate, flooring might be bare but covered with an Oriental rug, or a marble floor with a keystone pattern.


Furniture was delicate and decoration included screens, fans and bronze ornaments from the Orient.