Salon Bleu Collection
The British nobility and well-to-do people of the 16th century not only owned their principal residence in the countryside, but also a generously sized townhouse. This townhouse, distinctly smaller than the country residence, was inhabited only in the Social Season with its many balls and receptions, when the privileged classes moved to town with their servants. Often also called “Brownstones”, such houses are found strung together in many places, including New York, London and Paris.
Salon Bleu Gallery