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A home to the chic bohemians, who resided in it in from circa 1905 - 1955: Vanessa Bell (sister of Virginia Woolf), Clive Bell (Vanessa's husband), and Duncan Grant (Vanessa's lover).

Great piece on Charleston House, Sussex, where the Bloomsbury group met. Vanessa Bell (Virginia Wolf's sister) and her lover painted the interior.

Charleston House, Sussex

The Charleston House

Great piece on Charleston House, Sussex, where the Bloomsbury group met. Vanessa Bell (Virginia Wolf's sister) and her lover painted the interior.

Vanessa Bell’s bedroom at Charleston

Charleston, the country home of the writers, painters and intellectuals known as the Bloomsbury group. Vanessa Bell’s bathroom at Charleston.

Charleston

Nestled in bucolic Sussex gardens the seventeenth-century exterior belies the riot of imaginative decoration inside; a legacy of its function as artistic residence to the Bloomsbury Group.

Charleston

The Garden Room at Charleston, decorated by Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant. A painting of Vanessa Bell by Duncan Grant hangs on the left wall.

Charleston.

"Charleston Farmhouse, where the Bloomsbury group created together. This wonderful house in England really showed me my love for all things patterned." via Ann Ann Redfern

Charleston Farm House

Bloomsbury -the drawing room at Charleston Farmhouse Sussex decorated by Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant

"Charleston," the bohemian home of Bloomsbury artists Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant.

Charleston Farmhouse (Lewes, East Sussex) - country home of the Bloomsbury group; an example of Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant's decorative style

Charleston, home of Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant

Virginia Woolf and her sister Vanessa Bell, both members of the Bloomsbury Group, lived in this 'small cottage'