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Canopy Beds through History… 35+ Bedroom Designs

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Empress Eugénie's bed originally from the Palais de l'Elysée 1867 today at the palais de Compiègne original damask by Maison Mathevon et Bouvard, Lyon.

Empress Eugénie's bed originally from the Palais de l'Elysée 1867 today at the palais de Compiègne original damask by Maison Mathevon.

Bedroom of Stadholder/King Willem III, Het Loo Palace,  Apeldoorn, the Netherlands

Bedroom of Stadholder/King Willem III (King William II of England), Het Loo Palace, Apeldoorn, the Netherlands

Section 1: Typical Parisian apartment house erected during the Second Empire http://www.nyu.edu/classes/reichert/sem/city/paris.html

Paris Moderne // The Emerging New Metropolis Scale The production of urban space is always an exchange of contentious forces, and the Parisian story is a very complicated one. The operative alterna.

Even today our bed is one of the most important objects we purchase, so we thought we would take a look at the beds and bedding of the Georgian Era. The quality of your bed was very much dependent …

18th Century Beds and Bedding

The Garrick Bed, A four-poster bed designed by Thomas Chippendale with century reproduction hangings. Courtesy of the Victoria and Albert Museum.

State bed given by Louis XIV to the Swedish Ambasador, Nils Bielke, Paris, before 1682. © The National Museum of Fine Arts, Stockholm.

Baroque Style in the Age of Magnificence - State bed given by Louis XIV to the Swedish Ambasador, Nils Bielke, Paris, before The National Museum of Fine Arts, Stockholm

The Rooms of Marie Antoinette. A hall for the music in perfect Louis XVI style, built for Maria Antonietta. She used to meet her friends in this hall, where she enjoyed playing the harp.

(Open) Lady Eleanora sits playing the harp. She plays a slow mournful song then when she was alone started playing a faster ballad.

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