Harewood House

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Harewood House ~ book alcove - The Library, known in the century as the Saloon, is dominated by Sir Charles Barry’s Victorian mahogany bookcases with their brass trim and marble chair rail. Original to the House is Robert Adam’s spectacular ceiling

Main Library

The Main Library at Harewood was known as the Saloon in the 18th century. The room is dominated by Sir Charles Barry's Victorian mahogany bookcases which feature brass trims and a marble chair…

The back view of Harewood House, an century stately home near Leeds, Yorkshire, on a wet day. English Architecture, Georgian Architecture, Classic Architecture, English Manor Houses, English Castles, English House, Unique Buildings, Beautiful Buildings, Beautiful Places

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The back view of Harewood House, an 18th century stately home near Leeds, Yorkshire, on a wet day. The flag is at half mast due to the death of Lord Harewood the previous week.

1840 Formal parterre terrace by Charles Barry, Landscape garden beyond by Lancelot “Capability” Brown ca. 1840 Formal parterre terrace by Charles Barry, Landscape garden beyond by Lancelot “Capability” Brown ca. Vita Sackville West, English Manor Houses, English House, Unique Buildings, Beautiful Buildings, Gaudi, Harewood House, Ancient Architecture, Facades

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1840 Formal parterre terrace by Charles Barry, Landscape garden beyond by Lancelot “Capability” Brown ca. 1770.

Yellow Drawing Room, Harewood House neer Leeds, West Yorkshire 1759 Image from "The Genius of Robert Adam" designed by architects John Carr & Robert Adam for Edwin Lascelles, Baron Harewood, It is still home to the Lascelles.

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Harewood House - Yellow Drawing Room circa 1759. Book: The Genius of Robert Adam

Old Library- Harewood House (The chairs are all by Chippendale.

Old Library

Harewood House, Leeds, Yorkshire. www.harewood.org

Harewood House: Ceiling design - a Robert Adam design, this ceiling is a masterpiece of Georgian design - Gallery at Harewood House

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“This room extends over the whole west end of the house, and is 76 feet 10 inches by 24 feet 3 inches, 21 feet 3 inches high; it is truly elegant, and presents such a show of magnificence and art…

Harewood House is a country house located in Harewood near Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. Designed by the architects John Carr and Robert Adam, it was built from 1759 to 1771 for wealthy trader Edwin Lascelles, Baron Harewood. West Yorkshire, Yorkshire England, Leeds England, Oxford England, Cornwall England, Yorkshire Dales, London England, Country House Interior, Abandoned Mansions

Harewood House is a country house located in Harewood near Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. Designed by the architects John Carr and Robert Adam, it was built from 1759 to 1771 for wealthy trader Edwin Lascelles, 1st Baron Harewood. Still home to the Lascelles family, Harewood House is a member of Treasure Houses of England, a marketing consortium for ten of the foremost historic homes in England. The house itself is a Grade I listed building; there are a number of features in the grounds and courtyard that have been listed as Grade I, II and II

Harewood House is a country house located in Harewood near Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. Designed by the architects John Carr and Robert Adam, it was built from 1759 to 1771 for wealthy trader Edwin Lascelles, Baron Harewood. Still home to the Lasce

Harewood House is a country house located in Harewood near Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. Designed by the architects John Carr and Robert Adam, it was built from 1759 to 1771 for wealthy trader Edwin Lascelles, 1st Baron Harewood. Still home to the Lascelles family, Harewood House is a member of Treasure Houses of England, a marketing consortium for ten of the foremost historic homes in England. The house itself is a Grade I listed building; there are a number of features in the grounds and courtyard that have been listed as Grade I, II and II

The house reflected in one of the pools.

Harewood House

The house reflected in one of the pools.

I would not exceed the limits of expense that I have always set myself. Let us do everything properly and well, mais pas trop. When Edwin Lascelles started building Harewood House in 1759 he wanted… English Manor Houses, English Castles, English House, British Country, Great British, Country Estate, Historic Homes, Old Houses, The Best

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Explore the rooms in the House, gardens, birds, art and Servants' Database at Harewood House.

Since the Earl, Edward Lascelles, this room in the West Wing has reflected the tastes of the Earl and Countess in residence. has seen the space…

Lord Harewood’s Sitting Room

Since the 6th Earl, Edward Lascelles, this room in the West Wing has reflected the tastes of the Earl and Countess in residence. 2015, has seen the space transformed. Visitors will now be able to…

Harewood House is a country house located in Harewood near Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. Designed by the architects John Carr and Robert Adam, it was built from 1759 to 1771 for wealthy trader Edwin Lascelles, Baron Harewood. Still home to the Lasce Harewood House, Room, Interior, Drawing Room, Gorgeous Interiors, Living Room Interior, House Interior, Yellow Living Room, English Interior

Harewood House is a country house located in Harewood near Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. Designed by the architects John Carr and Robert Adam, it was built from 1759 to 1771 for wealthy trader Edwin Lascelles, 1st Baron Harewood. Still home to the Lascelles family, Harewood House is a member of Treasure Houses of England, a marketing consortium for ten of the foremost historic homes in England. The house itself is a Grade I listed building; there are a number of features in the grounds and courtyard that have been listed as Grade I, II and II

the secrets of Chippendale Experience Harewood House in Yorkshire's State Bedroom. Thomas Chippendales largest commissionExperience Harewood House in Yorkshire's State Bedroom.

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I would not exceed the limits of expense that I have always set myself. Let us do everything properly and well, mais pas trop. When Edwin Lascelles started building Harewood House in 1759 he wanted…

The Diana and Minerva commode by Thomas Chippendale, with concave centre, two cupboards and three drawers.Additional information: Made in 1773 for the State Dressing Room, invoiced 1773 Nov 12 and… via Harewood House Harewood House, English Furniture, Historic Homes, Chippendale, Beautiful Interiors, Georgian Furniture, Chippendale Furniture, English Country House, Chippendale Design

Harewood House is a country house located in Harewood near Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. Designed by the architects John Carr and Robert Adam, it was built from 1759 to 1771 for wealthy trader Edwin Lascelles, 1st Baron Harewood. Still home to the Lascelles family, Harewood House is a member of Treasure Houses of England, a marketing consortium for ten of the foremost historic homes in England. The house itself is a Grade I listed building; there are a number of features in the grounds and courtyard that have been listed as Grade I, II and II