“I feel so intensely the delights of shutting oneself up in a little world of one’s own, with pictures and music and everything beautiful.” ― Virginia Woolf, The Voyage Out

The house the Bloomsbury Group turned in to a living work of art

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.

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.

Recreate the Bloomsbury style in every room of your home

* Duncan Grant bedroom door Painted door in Duncan Grant's bedroom. Painted by Vanessa Bell Charleston: A Bloomsbury House and Garden, Quentin Bell and Virginia Nicholson © Charleston Trust Photograph by Penelope Fewster

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