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The long gallery at Kingston Russell, a 17th-century house in Dorset, England, lived in by Sally and Charles Worthington. A daughter of the house reads in an atmosphere of tranquility - the bamboo plasterwork was done by decorator and stage designer Felix Harbord in 1939; aubusson tapestry and rush matting. #britishvogue1970s

The long gallery at Kingston Russell, a 17th-century house in Dorset, England, lived in by Sally and Charles Worthington. A daughter of the house reads in an atmosphere of tranquility - the bamboo plasterwork was done by decorator and stage designer Felix Harbord in 1939; aubusson tapestry and rush matting. #britishvogue1970s

The seductive dining room of the Worthington family at Kingston Russell House, Dorset. #1970sbritishvogue

The seductive dining room of the Worthington family at Kingston Russell House, Dorset. #1970sbritishvogue

Sally Worthington in her beautifully muted drawing room at Kingston Russell House, Dorset. #britishvogue1970s

Sally Worthington in her beautifully muted drawing room at Kingston Russell House, Dorset. #britishvogue1970s

The Worthington Pavilion - design consultant Charles Worthington and his wife Sally (shown) created a separate pleasure dome next to their 17th-century house Kingston Russell near Long Bredy, Dorset. Alongside a kitchen, dining room, sauna & changing rooms, the pavilion's pool is surrounded with doric columns and a profusion of orchids, papyrus, irises and ferns. #britishvogue #ladolcevita

The Worthington Pavilion - design consultant Charles Worthington and his wife Sally (shown) created a separate pleasure dome next to their 17th-century house Kingston Russell near Long Bredy, Dorset. Alongside a kitchen, dining room, sauna & changing rooms, the pavilion's pool is surrounded with doric columns and a profusion of orchids, papyrus, irises and ferns. #britishvogue #ladolcevita

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