Traditional English homes from the Georgian era feature mirrored proportions and
Externally, facades keep traditional elements such as parapet windows, brickwork
and mouldings for a slight elegant touch.
The interiors are also kept symmetrical with internal mouldings and maintain an angular
feel by using cornices, mouldings or panelling. It shouldn’t be over-ornate, it must have
an element of ‘breaking the space’ but not overly done.
Balanced and solid, Georgian style homes feature upholstered furniture in luxurious textures
to further add to the symmetry. Consider velvet and thick-weave fabrics with a geometric pattern for rich texture.
High ceilings align with subtle statements of grandeur and open plan living celebrates the
forward social culture of the time.
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