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Houghton Hall - The 18th century Marble Parlour was designed by William Kent and is dedicated to Bacchus, the god of wine. Located in King's Lynn Norfolk, England.

30 Houghton Hall ~ The Marble Parlour at Houghton Hall. The room is dedicated to Bacchus, the god of wine, and includes Bacchic figures on the panels of the ceiling. The beams are enriched with bunches of grapes.

Houghton Hall Interiors | The saloon at Houghton Hall (palladian interior)

The saloon at Houghton Hall (palladian interior) Palladian influence was introduced by architect Inigo Jones by (Banqueting Hall)

Houghton Hall....  Built in the 1720s by Sir Robert Walpole, our de facto first Prime Minister, Houghton is one of England’s finest Palladian houses.  To realize his dream for a truly magnificent house that would justly reflect his considerable power and status, Walpole employed the architects James Gibbs and Colen Campbell to draw up plans for the house whilst William Kent took charge of the interiors.  No expense was spared and each room was lavishly decorated using the finest craftsmen of…

The White Drawing Room at Houghton Hall in Kings Lynn, Norfolk, England. The room is covered in white silk.