Topic title: Triang windows in Stockbrokers
That makes sense, as I thought they were very different papers from my other Triang houses, being thicker, embossed and also on some walls, a join partway was made! I could see they were original though, as the papers go right up to the fireplaces, over all the stairwell and no paper present underneath the bits that were lifting up. I may keep the stairwell as is to show the original paper, as the paper is in good condition there, but decorate the other rooms where the paper is in poor condition/mainly missing, with other Triang replica papers.
I also wondered about the flooring as it is a dark, planked design, but think this is also original? Plus there are differing Triang fireplaces, two lovely art-deco style ones upstairs, but then the usual three-piece wooden mantle fireplace downstairs? Would the downstairs one have been replaced at some point (though seems to be attached to the wall), or did some Stockbroker houses have a different fireplace downstairs?
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