Since 1837, Buckingham Palace in London, England has served as the the official residence of Britain’s sovereigns. For those who receive an invitation to Buckingham Palace, they first enter into the Grand Hall and up the stunning marble stairs of the Grand Staircase. The Throne Room today is used for special occasions such as for Royal Wedding photographs. The grandest of all the state rooms is the White Drawing Room which serves as a Royal reception room for The Queen and members of the Royal Family before State occasions.
Here is an interesting decorating idea for the living room — rugs inspired by the iconic Royal Mail stamps featuring the image of a young Queen Elizabeth II. The Stamp Rug can be used as a conventional carpet or hung on a wall as a decorative picture. Rug Maker has been officially granted the licence by the Royal Mail to manufacture this exclusive collection of Stamp Rugs. The collection has a wide palette of colours and are handmade in the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal from 100% New Zealand wool. This unique rug design creates a regal and elegant atmosphere to any room.