Pavel Přikryl

Pavel Přikryl

Pavel Přikryl
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Beautiful marble counter top over nicely detailed and functional island. Love the coffered ceilings w/bead board inside. I like the island's contrast with the rustic farm table to the side of it.

If your kitchen is large enough to fit an island, make extra use of the space by picking one with drawers, shelves, and cabinets. Another idea: opt for an island with space for chairs so that it doubles as a kitchen table. Photo courtesy of Elle Decor

Bromley House Library in Nottingham, England. A particularly fine spiral staircase and gallery is a feature of the largest room. The Library contains about 40,000 books: local history, topographical works, and a wide selection of 19th and early 20th century...

)Bromley House Library in Nottingham, England. A particularly fine spiral staircase and gallery is a feature of the largest room. The Library contains about books: local history, topographical works, and a wide selection of and early century novels.

Can't believe this is abandoned! Great wood detail.

How Beautiful! Amazing woodwork, this place is a treasure trove just in the woodwork alone, but it's abandoned .Check out and like Ginas new artist page guys. Theres tonnes of amazing photos on there :D

den/study

Spend a winter's evening lounging on the leather chaise with a good book, a beverage and a fire in the fireplace. My kind of place. So very cozy and English!

Albert Richardson I want this as my study! (Of which I don't have. Boo.)

Untouched (since english country style interior of Sir Albert Richardson leading English architect. His Bedfordshire home. Christies auction september 2013 images by Simon Upton.

Glemham Hall staircase....Glemham Hall is an Elizabethan stately home, set in around 300 acres of park land on the outskirts of the village of Little Glemham in Suffolk, England. It is a Grade I listed building, properly called Little Glemham Hall.

Glemham Hall is an Elizabethan stately home, set in around 300 acres of park land on the outskirts of the village of Little Glemham in Suffolk, England. It is a Grade I listed building, properly called Little Glemham Hall.