Georgian Townhouse KitchenTransitional Kitchen, London
A silver-gilded coffer combines with a statement chandelier to add a glamorous yet contemporary touch to this streamlined kitchen.
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Decline and revival. After the 1830s, Georgian style was slowly abandoned in Britain, but it did experience a revival in the early 20th century in neo-Georgian architecture.Tell us: Do you live in a Georgian home? What are your favorite features? Please share your thoughts and photos in the Comments below.More:Roots of Style: Georgian Homes Offer Familiarity Through the AgesExploring Architecture: Discovering the Secrets of Edwardian Homes