The Grange, Augustus Pugin’s house in Ramsgate that he had built for himself in then 1840s.
Family crests on wallpaper in all colourways
Beautiful glowing colours in the autumn sunshine
Thoughtful details as you would expect from The Landmark Trust
It was a contrast with the simplicity of the priests house next door
whilst Pugin’s house had rugs, family portraits, stained glass and a glasshouse / Swiss-Cottage style entrance way.
Apparently Pugin used to welcome friends with promises of cheese and bread and fires, which sounds rather cosy although I do hope he occasionally offered something else.
The house also had its private chapel, which was moved to the next door church of st augustine, also built by Pugin
and with lots of details: carvings, statues, tiled floors and biscuits for hungry walkers.