In 1932 they designed a music room for the Lefevre Galleries in London which was greatly publicised in the press.
The theme was Autumn and the walls were decorated with six flower panels, each incorporating a mirror.
Other decorations included rugs, curtains, needlework panels on the chairs, lamps and cushions.
Even the piano was painted by Duncan, repeating the pattern of leaves used elsewhere in the room.
From 1940 - 1943 Grant and Bell worked together on the Berwick Church murals.
Their last major shared decorating task, a mural for the dining room of Devonshire Hill School in Tottenham, was painted in 1944.
'A Music Room decorated, furnished and painted by Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant'
Reproduced courtesy of The Architectural Review