The England of the Georgian era holds a vivid place in our imaginations. From Jane Eyre to Pride and Prejudice, it’s easy to be transported to a bygone era, travelling by horse and coach along the narrow roads of the English countryside, or through the noise and excitement of London, the wealthiest city in the world.
The mannered English upper class and their stately manor homes have always had a place in our hearts, a kind of longing for the past. The Georgian era was one of prosperity and wealth for many. Owners often kept both a townhouse in the city, and a country manor house. It’s a luxury we continue to strive for today. And Georgian architecture has remained as popular as ever.
A grand entry welcomes you to our Georgian Edition. Two storeys, with a full-width upper floor, that keep the defining symmetry of their forebears. The bold red brick is replaced by softer hues, but these homes still make a confident statement with manicured gardens and formal approaches.
Ornate detailing inside – cornices, skirtings, wall trims – allows for bold and luxurious design choices. Marble surfaces in kitchens and bathrooms contrast ideally with crisp whites, feature wallpapers, parquetry or checkerboard flooring, and luxurious metallic handles and trims. Throw in a Chesterfield or two, and there’s still room for classic, modern finishes to complete your design.