Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Sew Cute Abroad: Kenwood House

For our Fashion History and Artifact class we travel around to different locations across London. A few weeks ago we took a trip to the Kenwood house in Stampstead which is slightly out of the city. It was amazing! If you are ever in London this is a great thing to do to have a little break from the bustling city. The house has a very deep history and is gorgeous inside. I specifically loved the library which had pastel pink and blue ceilings with white scroll accents. 

Throughout the whole house there were many portraits and works of art. But, the architecture of the house in itself was art. All of the rooms were painted in colorful hues and had many columns and crown moldings. So, here are some of my favorite shots from the Kenwood house!

Kenwood also has a wonderful green space/ park. From the house you have the perfect view of the entire city skyline. 
Have you ever been to the Kenwood house? Let me know in the comments! 

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