British At One Kings Lane

August 10, 2016

By Tab Byrum

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As you’ve guessed by now I’m a confirmed Anglophile, I love any and all things having to do with England and its history, so while I share highlights with you of our recent trip there I thought I would also share some design elements and home decor having to do with the British Isles. Today we are going to take a look at all things English from a very appropriate website, One Kings Lane. There are both new pieces and antique pieces available as well as books, prints, and even lamp finials. Join me for a peek at the “veddy British” inventory at OKL, Enjoy!!!

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Don’t you love this British Colonial Mirrored Bench? It has hand carving on the back and there are mirrors mounted in the squares along the back as well as brass hardware. 

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British Ship in a Southern Port is an engraving of a painting by British artist W. J. Huggins. This would be great in a man’s office or a boys bedroom.

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It’s taking all my willpower to not order this collection of Merlot Britsh Classics for myself. These would be great worked into tabletop displays or to add to your personal library and bookshelves. 

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This British Colonial Mahogany Server is from around 1880 and could be used for so many things in the 21st century. It would be a wonderful dining room buffet, a sofa table or hall table. Endless possibilities. 

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I always love interesting lamp finials and these British Crown Brass Lamp Finials certainly are interesting. They’re crafted from vintage brass horse bridle ornaments. 

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I also have a weakness for books and this British Art & History set is made up of 12 books focusing on all things England. 

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I love the combination of wood and rattan and the Maureen Spindle Side Table has all that and more. This would be a perfect side table for a chair or a great bedside table with lots of storage.

Words are my own
Images are courtesy of
One Kings Lane.

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