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strong backdrop for the worn pale wood present on both the table and all the seating, with the exception of the dark wood stool. The inclusion of the Louis XV settee clearly defines the space.
natural material and the intense wall color makes this room instantly captivating. The ability for the wood shades to beautifully coexist with the Louis XV settee proves that this window covering can complement any decor style.
“Colors like fam room” — spiedra
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in a antique, silver leaf finish, and I had added an embroidered monogram to the back of the chair. Most upholstery shops will have raw, classic Louis XV style chair frames that you can select from.... Then have it upholstered and finished to your liking! Best, Michael
louis xv - (chair frame)was a French Rococo style in the decorative arts, and, to a lesser degree, architecture
Louis XV combines usefulness with elegance. Chairs have curved legs, floral decorations, and comfortably padded seats and backs, yet sacrifice nothing in design
“I like the rug, decorations on the table and on the counter.” — joshua633
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Louis XV - A Rococo style characterized by the superior craftsmanship of 18th-century cabinetmaking in France. The proponents of this
this style produced exquisite Rococo décor for the enormous number of homes owned by royalty and nobility during the reign of Louis XV.
“Purple” — idi0802
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Tuscan Project
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Louis XV- Also pretty old fashioned..
LOVE this guest bedroom but w/our Louis XV
“window treatment” — lchrydstal
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Greenbrier Formal Powder
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19th Century Louis XV style giltwood mirror
19th Century Louis XIV style console from
Louis XIV Louis XIV is a French furniture style of rounded forms and curved lines. Baroque furniture is associated with Louis XIV.
Louis XIV is a French furniture.
Louis XIV- This type of furniture is really old fashioned and is also a type of French furniture.
Louis XIV - Grand and decorative furniture meant to advertise the wealth and power of the king.
thick layer of matte gold was left on the object. Rubbing the gold with a heliotrope stone gave it a polished sheen. This magnificent Louis XV–style gilt wood mirror and Louis XIV–style console vanity both display a true master gilder's delicate and painstaking work.
“Wall tile is 8 by 16” — ruthmash
Sarah Greenman
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Seattle, WA: Lisa Hebner
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Starck Louis Ghost Chair in Clear
The dining room is a bold mix of midcentury modern, Arts and Crafts and modern accents — like this Louis XV Ghost Chair. Designer Brenner was excited to find that Vila was willing to take design risks. "Most people want the interesting rug or the bold wallpaper, but they don't have the courage to buy
“squaring columns” — Erin Magnusson
Emilie Mauran Renovation
London Fulham Kitchen extension
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Define with a dining table This rough brickwork is pure industrial, complementing the extension’s clean-lined geometry. But a set of Louis XV-style chairs and a country kitchen table prove that comfort and style can be combined beautifully.
“Stone wall and skylight” — futurecore
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I have to say, I just love this Louis XV settee upholstered in a perfect shade of pink. All the colors of this room add up to resemble a beautiful spring bouquet.
Louis XV settee in pink
Louis XV settee
“belles ballgown” — Coco Cola
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