Charleston, Sussex: Decorated by Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant, who were influenced by the Post Impressionists, such as Picasso and Cezanne. They took painting beyond the canvas, decorating walls, doors, furniture, ceramics and textiles, transforming Charleston itself into a work of art over the decades they spent living there.

if one has to climb stairs, they might as well be interesting.This says: Dishfunctional Designs: Intimate Stairs: Painted, Stenciled & Wallpapered

Swedish designer Gudrun Sjöden. Photo taken in the fantastically beautiful home of the Bloomsbury set...

Swedish summer textiles by Gudrun Sjoden

STUNNING & RARE VINTAGE 1930s BLOOMSBURY FABRIC FLORAL

STUNNING & RARE VINTAGE 1930s BLOOMSBURY FABRIC FLORAL

Vintage Floral Fabric, Vintage Textiles, Pattern Illustration, Textile Design, Pattern Design, 1930s, Ebay, Texture, Flower

Clive Bell's Study, Charleston (c) Charleston Trust

Inside Charleston House, home to the Bloomsbury Group artists; Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant. In 1916 the artists Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant moved to Sussex

Vanessa Bell's Charleston House, uncredited

Detail of Charleston farmhouse in Sussex, UK. Home to the artists Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant of the Bloomsbury Group


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