Charleston: the Bloomsbury Group's retreat in pictures
A door inside Charleston the home and country meeting place for the writers, painters and intellectuals known as the Bloomsbury group. Painted by Vanessa Bell, Virginia Woolf's sister. http://www.etsy.com/shop/Colorbloom
Adrienne's Bathroom in Farrow & Ball Downpipe as featured in Ideal Home and House to Home Open house: An Edwardian town house with a modern twist Video: Period character meets contemporary chic in this two-bedroom Oxfordshire house, previously featured in Ideal Home. http://link.brightcove.com/services/player/bcpid3639369059001?bckey=AQ~~,AAAAAfPRcgk~,gqUyT1d58wYyjdjG81FQWj5AiNtW00_M&bclid=2800450358001&bctid=3570476323001
Charleston House A painted window sill in the spare room photo by Penelope Fewster Forever associated with a few streets in central London, The Bloomsbury Group also had a country house. Charleston in East Sussex was the home of key group members Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant, and from 1916 onwards it was used as a creative refuge for their friends and extended artistic circle.