ALTHORP - THE PRINCESS OF WALES ROOM In 1863, the future King Edward VII and his wife, Alexandra, the Princess of Wales, visited the Red Earl (Fifth Earl Spencer), at Althorp. They slept in this room, hence its name. Most of the furniture surrounding the opulent bed is Georgian. The original pattern of the fabric on the four-poster was designed in 1911.
Montague Drapery Treatment: opulence for an ordinary window. Materials are black velvet, cappuccino embroidered jacquard, and 4" tassel fringe. The detachable acanthus leaf cartouche is finished in Old World Bronze. The design can be personalized or made with other fabrics.