Take an ordinary London flat with good details and add:
A Billy Baldwin daybed done in antique Caucasian carpet fragments.
A very large convex mirror with a wide and deep gilded frame, 20th century.
A William IV rosewood folding card table, circa 1835.
A Regency rosewood and gilt metal mounted open bookcase, circa 1815.
A late Regency rosewood stool, early 19th Century.
Reworked into a rectangular form and recovered in antique needlepoint.
A George III mahogany armchair, late 18th Century.
The reeded oval back and open arms above a serpentine seat rail, the padded back, arms and seat with later upholstery, on flower-headed tapering reeded legs and turned feet recovered in Fortuny.
An early Victorian mahogany library bergere, circa 1850.
The scrolled, buttoned back and arms with reeded S-scroll frame, on turned tapering and faceted legs with brass caps and casters, recovered in hand-dyed lambskin.
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