History of Wall Panelling in Interior Design Periods


Early Stuart Interiors c.1603 - 1660

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Plaster Ceiling
The Feathers, Ludlow
Early 17th Century


 The penduled barrel-vaulted ceiling from an oak paneled upper room at the little farm house of Ham Barton near Newton Abbott is neither so simple as that at Southcott Barton nor yet so complicated as that of the `Feathers' at Ludlow. The room is not large-possibly 15 by 24 feet in length-but nevertheless the plasterers have found the space to carry out their art with all its complicated details. There is even the display of the arms of James I on the end wall.


Barrel Ceiling in Plasterwork 

Barrel Ceiling in Plasterwork
Ham Barton, Devon
c. 1621

 

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