27,356 19th sentury Home Design Photos

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Isler Homes
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Windsor Powder
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antique 19th century French marquetry commode with gilt bronze mounts incorporated as the lavatory. The mirror is a 19th century carved and guilded Italain antique. The marble is Ann Sacks honed Calacutta Borghini. Sconces are Visual Comforts French Deco horn sconce.
vanity is 19th century French antique.
This chest is an antique 19th Century French marquetry commode with gilt bronze mounts
the late 19th century through the present that is influenced by modernism. It was a tremendous departure from all furniture design that had gone before it. Dark or gilded carved wood and richly patterned fabrics gave way to the glittering simplicity and geometry of polished metal. The forms of furniture
antique 19th-century French marquetry commode. Its look is quite formal paired with the 19th-century carved and gilded Italian antique mirror. Note the gold finish of the faucets, adding another touch of opulence.
“Side sconces” — susangeraci
Tucker & Marks
Enchanted Oaks
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late 18th and early 19th centuries, but they were likely in use long before that. These distinctive fabrics were used to decorate bridal chambers and were worn as costumes for important events.
late 18th and early 19th centuries,
late 18th and early 19th centuries, but they were likely in use long before that. These distinctive fabrics were used to decorate bridal chambers and were worn as costumes for important events. Suzanis are hot in the design world right now, so they can be pricey. But contemporary suzani patterns are
late 18th and early 19th centuries, but they were likely in use long before that. These distinctive fabrics were used to decorate bridal chambers and were worn as costumes for important events. Suzanis are hot in the design world right now, so they can be pricey. But contemporary suzani patterns are available
“Colors” — Lynne Hass
Isler Homes
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Windsor Master Bath
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cabinets. 19th Century French Platinum gilt Louis Phillipe mirrors. Edgar Berebi Nantucket collection museum silver cabinet hardware. Rohl Palladium Faucets. Vintage Murano glass lamps. Walker Zanger Breccia de Medecci book matched slab marble. Ann Sacks Selene marble field marble. 19th century crystal Georgian
pair of 19th century antique mirrors. The closest reproduction I have found is from Layla Grace, their Eloquence Louis Phillip Mirror: http://www.laylagrayce.com/Products/Eloquence-Louis-Philippe-Silver-Mirror__FEMRC05SILVER.aspx
This chandelier is a 19th century georgian crystal chandelier. The Ralph
“Bathroom vanities” — jnrimaging
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2009 Southern Accents Showhome
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19th century style in the tropics!
19th century England meets the tropics. A mix of buttoned up and completely wild. Love the ferns and birdcages.
Think 19th-century English design meets the tropics. It's a mix of buttoned up and completely wild. This room, with its unruly palms and bird cages, is a perfect example."
Colonial LushThe plantation colonial look is its own style. Think 19th-century English design meets the tropics. It's a mix of buttoned up and completely wild. This room, with its unruly palms and bird cages, is a perfect example.
“Tiled floor.” — cheekyfiend
Elliott + Elliott Architecture
House on Casco Bay
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memory of a 19th century Cape Cod residence that stood on the site for over 100 years and the desire for a new, minimalist spatial expression. Photos by Wayne Fuji'i, c 2009
memory of a 19th century Cape Cod residence that stood on the site for over 100 years and the desire for a new, minimalist spatial expression. Photos by Wayne Fuji'i, c 2009
inspired by a 19-th century Cape Cod
inspired by a 19th-century Cape Cod that used to sit on the site, modern touches are evident and further break apart any regularity that happens in the composition. In this view from the west, two of the house's three gable volumes can be seen. The entry can be found in the glass piece that juts from the house
“Addition studio room” — paulmisabella
Doug Towle
The William Farley House
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Towle’s collection of 19th-century baskets hangs from the ceiling in the breakfast area, where Windsor chairs sit atop a painted floorcloth. The black cupboard at the far left is a period piece
collection of 19th-century baskets hangs from the ceiling in the breakfast area, where Windsor chairs sit atop a painted floorcloth. The black cupboard at the far left is a period piece filled with redware.The “onion bottles” lining the windows were salvaged from shipwrecks back in the 17th century.
“Nice basket collection and disply” — alexandria56
Elizabeth Brosnan Hourihan Interiors
Selkirk Ledge
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This 19th century shingle style home overlooking the Atlantic Ocean was completely restored and expanded. Elizabeth Brosnan Hourihan worked closely with the architectural staff of Carpenter & MacNeille on all aspects of the home’s interior detailing, customization and finishes. Ongoing throughout the
19th and 20th centuries including Quarterly, Chaet, and Gruppe. Featured in Architectural Digest “Cape Ann Turnaround” A Massachusetts Home is Rescued from Near Ruin Architecture and Construction: Carpenter & MacNeille Gordon Beall Photography
the 17th century and needleworks as early as 1550. There is an antique rug collection, an antique American book collection, antique silver flatware – with a signature engraving on all the pieces, antique stemware and porcelain dishes. The art collection is from renowned Cape Ann artists from the 19th
“The sedating by the window” — merlemorris
Elizabeth Brosnan Hourihan Interiors
Selkirk Ledge
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This 19th century shingle style home overlooking the Atlantic Ocean was completely restored and expanded. Elizabeth Brosnan Hourihan worked closely with the architectural staff of Carpenter & MacNeille on all aspects of the home’s interior detailing, customization and finishes. Ongoing throughout the
19th and 20th centuries including Quarterly, Chaet, and Gruppe. Featured in Architectural Digest “Cape Ann Turnaround” A Massachusetts Home is Rescued from Near Ruin Architecture and Construction: Carpenter & MacNeille Gordon Beall Photography
the 17th century and needleworks as early as 1550. There is an antique rug collection, an antique American book collection, antique silver flatware – with a signature engraving on all the pieces, antique stemware and porcelain dishes. The art collection is from renowned Cape Ann artists from the 19th
“knee wall for additional storage/privacy” — ohefley
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