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I just learned that the term 'Regency wallpapers" is not correct, in this era it was referred to as 'Paper-Hangings'.I found this out here at regencyredingote.wordpress.com it's an interesting little article crammed all kinds of info about home decorating in the Regency Era.

Is it Georgian or Regency?
Let's Sort it Out.

In England
I have often been confused with these different eras, exactly when they began and ended. Since I didn't know, I am assuming that some of my visitors don't know either.

First, these eras as they are defined in English History.

The Geogian Era spanned almost 100 yrs. From 1714 to 1811 Through the reign of
George I, George II and George III.
King George III was mentally ill and became unfit to rule. His son George,The Prince Regent
represented his father from 1811 to 1825.
This era became known as the Regency Era. In 1825 poor mad King George lll died, and the Prince Regent was crowned King George IV.
Strictly speaking the Regency Era spanned about 14 years. However it is generally accepted that the term Regency Era refers to the years 1795 to 1825.

In America
The years 1780 to 1820.
The years when America was developing into it's own nation, are defined as the Federal Era.
Furniture design in those days favored slender, straight lines.Wealthier people who had larger homes divided their house into private and public rooms.The parlor was, of course, a 'public room', it was often overflowing with decoration.
The dining room was another showplace room of the house.If the table was not set, the side-board became the focal point of the room
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