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Historical ElegancePlay
Originally indicated a grand and formal space for hosting, linked to a luxurious lifestyle. SlideThe manor's parlour remains a testament to its historical grandeur.
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Antique CharmPlay
In modern homes, a parlour may be a cozy, nostalgic area reminiscent of past eras. SlideTheir Victorian home features a charming parlour with original furniture.
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Not CommonplacePlay
The term 'parlour' is less common today and might not be used in everyday language to describe a living room. SlideMy grandmother calls her living room the parlour, but we just call it the living room.