Once the home of Henry VIII and several of his ill-fated wives, Hampton Court Palace is one of London’s best-loved properties - and these photographs show how life has changed at this magnificent Baroque building over the past century. The grandeur of the palace has been enjoyed by visitors for decades, from its handsome Georgian and Stuart era rooms to its moats, towers, turrets and 60 acres of gardens.
Elveden Hall, Suffolk. A Georgian house remodelled c1870 by John Norton for the Maharajah Duleep Singh. Red brick classical exteriors, pretty glass and plaster interiors in the Indian manner. The estate bought by Lord Iveagh, the Guinness king, in 1893, and enlarged with a new wing and an enormous Indian hall in marble.