Hello, I’m Joanna. I write for Arcadian Lighting, an online source for brilliant lighting fixtures in all styles. I am excited to be guest posting on Georgian & Regency Interiors. I’d like to thank Sarah for letting me share some of my favorite Georgian style rooms with you today.
A Georgian-classic entry hall features black and white marble floors and custom paneled walls. The design is symmetrically pleasing.
This lovely 1930s Georgian-style room was designed by legendary design Mario Butta. It boasts cheery yellow on the walls as well as on a few key pieces, along with coral on others.
This dining room offers a nice mix of Georgian-style furniture and modern art work. The subtle neutral of the walls and rug allows the artwork to take center stage.
Period features are paired with modern accents in this Georgian dining room. †A traditional marble fireplace is set off by a modern work of art. Such a pretty place to gather for a meal with family and friends.
This cutting room, situated in a rounded corner offers a pleasant place to pot plants and arrange flowers. Beadboard covers the ceiling and decorates the walls. The stone floors and dark cabinetry contrast nicely with the soft green and white in the space.
A London Georgian townhouse features this bedroom with a minimalist dÈcor. The lighting fixture is original to the house. The panel at the back of the bed was commissioned out of maple.
These†Georgian†style rooms radiate an understated elegance.†Which do you like best? Comment below and make sure to check out our elegant pendant lights at Arcadian Lighting.