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Want to incorporate 'Downton' decor? Start in dining room

American fans of the PBS show “Downton Abbey” can imitate the marvelously styled fantasy of British life when a company called Knockout Licensing launches multiple brands that seek to replicate to look of “Downton” in North America: bedding and bath, home furnishings and decor, housewares, kitchenware and apparel.
American fans of the PBS show “Downton Abbey” can imitate the marvelously styled fantasy of British life when a company called Knockout Licensing launches multiple brands that seek to replicate to look of “Downton” in North America: bedding and bath, home furnishings and decor, housewares, kitchenware and apparel.
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Americans like their Brits to be snobs, rich and veddy, veddy proper — or at least they like their PBS British costume dramas that way. “Downton Abbey” has been delivering the goods for two seasons. For ardent fans of the Emmy Award-winning drama, the wait for season 3 is almost over. The series resumes Sunday. The new season has been airing in the U.K. since September, so desperate American fans could find spoilers on the ...


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