The National Trust is client of mine and they cite Knole as being one of their most important and complete historic houses. They have launched a large project to secure its future and I took some pictures at their open evening in June.
Knole was Vita Sackville-West’s birthplace and the inspiration for Virginia Woolf’s Orlando. It contains furniture from the royal palaces, alongside textiles and silver. There will be extensive conservation work in progress when the house is closed during the winter months.