Georgian (1714 – 1811)

The architecture of the Georgian period is defined by its classical inspiration, sourced from surviving examples from the Roman and Greek Empires as well as heavily influenced by the work of Andrea Palladio. Accordingly good proportion, symmetry and harmony were prominent in the minds of Georgian architects and adherence to rules and regularity were seen as the ideal with mouldings seen together in room sets tending to have clearly related shapes.

Some Atkey and Company products from the Georgian period are presented in the room sets examples below. All joinery products in our Georgian Collection can be viewed by clicking on the links at the bottom of this page.

Room Sets