ElmbraeShabby-chic Style Hallway & Landing, Devon

Inner upstairs hallway at this super cool and stylishly remodelled Victorian Villa in Sunny Torquay, South Devon Colin Cadle Photography, Photo Styling Jan Cadle

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mactherapist wrote:7 December 2014
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    Colin Cadle Photography
    5 years ago
    They look amazing on the floor which is why they were placed there. Hanging lanterns in this location would have caused an obstruction - people would be banging their heads on them.There are ceiling spots for high level illumination and these are for decorative purposes and for dramatic effect at night.
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    Colin Cadle Photography
    5 years ago
    The perspective is pretty accurate, it has to be to fit in with House Selling regulations in the UK. The ceilings here in this Victorian House are high and vary between 12ft and 14ft.
kgylyte wrote:4 August 2014
  • Colin Cadle
    5 years ago
    I am just the photographer but I think it is 'Pointing' by Farrow and Ball
jaguarguitarman wrote:21 December 2017

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    Kate Burt added this to Mourning the Loss of ‘Victoria’ From Your Sunday TV? This Will Help12 October 2016

    Light your entranceThere were numerous scenes in Victoria where the monarch is seen walking along lavishly candlelit hallways. What a job it must have been to keep all those elaborate wall-mounted candleholders and candelabras shiny and wax-free – but, oh, wasn’t it worth it? The warmth and cosiness candlelight brings is pretty magical.There is, however, a safer modern equivalent (weren’t you just poised for a royal fire storyline, watching all that flaming wax in close proximity to so many drapes and curtains?). How about lining your hallway or stairs with candles reassuringly encased inside hurricane lamps, like these. After dark, this would make for a wonderfully welcoming sight for dinner guests.

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    mattdcw added this to mattdcw's Ideas4 March 2020

    Candles along corridor (glass side)

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