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Bath display in Art Deco-style Biba store, 1970s.

Eclectic home of Biba's Barbara Hulanicki. The bath, a riot of peach and plastic flowers. Brilliant blue glass, candlesticks and pearly plastic grapes. James Mortimer for Vogue in twenty years

Biba's Barbara Hulanicki. Eclectic studio home. James Mortimer for Vogue 1975

Barbara Hulanicki: Art Deco W14

Hulanicki’s studio as photographed in Completely timeless! If you are not familiar with Barbara Hulanicki–she just happened to found a little clothing store called Biba.

A late Victorian fancy was the "Turkish corner". It was usually a small room, or nook that was outfitted with Moorish-inspired wallpapers, a fabric draped ceiling, exotic rugs (over rugs) curtains, and excess of pillows and upholstered furniture as well as moorish statues and egyptian revival pieces.

Authentic Gaslights in a Capitol Hill Victorian

A late Victorian fancy was the Turkish corner. It was usually a small room, or nook that was outfitted with Moorish-inspired wallpapers, a fabric draped ceiling, exotic rugs (over rugs)…

Mußestunde by Alexander Schmidt-Michelsen, 1884

lostintherenaissance: clutterscapes: missfolly: Mußestunde by Alexander Schmidt-Michelsen, 1884

In the living room, the 18th century American day bed was a gift from de la Falaise's mother, Maxime de la Falaise. The magazine table was designed by Loulou's brother, Alexis.

In the living room, the century American day bed was a gift from de la Falaise's mother, Maxime de la Falaise. The magazine table was designed by Loulou's brother, Alexis. All photos from Paris Interiors by Lisa Lovatt-Smith;

Big Biba's music department had a fully functioning giant record player. Turntable record stand (c) Steven Thomas and Alwyn Turner

Big Biba, London ~ Record turntable display stand/stage ~ (c) Steven Thomas and Alwyn Turner

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