Just like 'Downton' : Historical patterns for interior design enjoying a resurgence courtesy of popular PBS series
The British period drama TV series, created by Julian Fellowes, is set in the fictional Yorkshire country estate of Downton Abbey, depicts the lives of the aristocratic Crawley family and their servants in the post-Edwardian era around 1912.
The patterns and designs of recreated wallpaper that adorn the 38-rooms of Barker Mansion in Michigan City share the same era of elegance of the early 1900s as the estate decor of the popular PBS series "Downton Abbey."
Founded by paint pioneers John Farrow and Richard Ball, Farrow & Ball has been around since 1946, earning a reputation for producing paint using only the finest ingredients and age-old production methods.
An oval framed picture of railroad mogul John H. Barker and his watchful eye is a focal point of a staircase landing contrasted with a feudal lord scene wallpaper design at Barker Mansion in Michigan City.
For small, mom-and-pop shops that produce goods for the home but don't have big advertising budgets, the Internet helps level the playing field, bringing customers who are looking for something different.
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