Eltham Palace. Entrance Hall. I carried out the analysis of the interiors of this 1930s house - http://patrickbaty.co.uk/2010/12/08/eltham-palace/
London's best art deco buildings
London's best art deco buildings - Eltham Palace
Eltham Palace was given to Edward II in 1305 by the Bishop of Durham, and used as a royal residence in the 14-16th cent. According to one account the incident that inspired Edward III's foundation of the Order of the Garter took place here. As the favourite palace of Henry IV it played host to the only Byzantine emperor ever to visit England. The young Henry VIII also grew up here; it was here that he met and impressed the scholar Erasmus in 1499 introduced by Thomas More.
Virginia Courtauld’s bathroom, one of many original interiors to survive from the 1930s. The walls are lined with onyx, with gold mosaic tiles in the bath niche
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The entrance hall at Eltham Palace today. The furniture and rug are recreations of the originals
Mysteries of royal party palace revealed after £1.7 million renovation
As part of the £1.7 million renovation at Eltham Palace, the Rock Garden will be replanted and cascade based on contemporary photographs of the Courtauld's time
ELTHAM PALACE, Greenwich, London. Interior view. The Dining Room fireplace..