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Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Vicente Wolf for ALB
Ideabooks1,514
Questions3
This Chinese antique screen used here as a head board frames this room in a dramatic way
Vicente wolf home Chinese screen
Nice Chinese space divider
In this serene bedroom, the huge, six-panel Chinese screen adds importance to the bed, while full-sized desks double as large bedside tables, creating a dramatic sleep zone.
chinese decoration
“screen ideas” — sangita1963
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MuseInteriors
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Sue De Chiara's home
Ideabooks9,393
Questions10
love the bathtub and the Chinese stand
Chinese garden stools add a spa-like feeling.
Love the the Chinese garden stool
ng bathtubs is that they don’t have a ledge for that drink, your glasses, a book, a towel or whatever else you want right at hand while you soak. Chinese garden stools add a spa-like feeling.
“Perhaps some sort of light fixture over tub.” — Sharon Pierce
Debra Campbell Design
Debra Campbell Design
Ideabooks2,106
Questions5
leg, originated during the Ming Dynasty. It's often found on low pieces like the Chinese kang table. The elephant trunk leg tends to be quite thick; it curves out from the top and then curves back into the leg.
Chinese tables, rug, ottoman, colors, formal but comfortable look
leg, originated during the Ming Dynasty. It's often found on low pieces like the Chinese kang table. The elephant trunk leg tends to be quite thick; it curves out from the top and then curves back into the leg. The Chinese kang table in this traditional sitting room shows off fine examples of the elephant
“Fireplace” — ensam
Jane Ellison
11 Reviews
Details
Ideabooks7,178
Questions7
These are Chinese garden stools I have seen similar at Horchow and Wisteria.com
These are Chinese garden stool, no lids. I have seen similar
Fabric on sofa, ceramics, window treatments
wall color blue and white vases dog
Ceramic stool and window Chic
chinese garden stool
“cool!!” — pptperson
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
3 Reviews
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
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Questions7
Fleetwood USA and they use German made FSB Hardware that is stainless steel. As a 20 year hardware professional I would never recommend Emtek (cheap Chinese knockoff designs, poor quality latch mechanisms) and Baldwin is not what it was before Black & Decker cheapened the brand in every way and moved the
The tall vase and sticks outside the front door glass (similar to our house) note height of vase - one-third the height of the glass
“door handle german made read comments” — cathyrasco
Andrea Schumacher Interiors
21 Reviews
Greenwood Village Home
Ideabooks11,609
Questions17
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color or price, they’re so often the right solution for many a design need. The Chinese garden seat is a fantastic addition to anyone’s interior design vocabulary!
Color of Chinese garden seat can be used to pop a furniture or art color in the room. There’s just something right about garden seats. Whether they’re the right height, size, shape, color or price, they’re so often the right solution for many a design need. The Chinese garden seat is a fantastic
about garden seats. Whether they’re the right height, size, shape, color or price, they’re so often the right solution for many a design need. The Chinese garden seat is a fantastic addition to anyone’s interior design vocabulary!
“Color” — bitterflykoi
Lisa Wolfe Design, Ltd
15 Reviews
Urban Eclectic
Ideabooks632
Questions2
The Tall cabinets are made lower by the large decorative vases and it fills the dead space, also interesting is that the wall paper is a little busy but it still works with the patterned vases
i like the vases above the cabinets. they really accent the wallpaper.
I love combining the modern kitchen with blue & white ceramics and the wallpaper.
“Twisted bar stools” — Carol Clark
Dufner Heighes Inc
Lake Michigan House
Ideabooks7,664
Questions13
Chinoiserie wallpaper in the 17th century has its origins in the Chinese silk wall coverings designed for nobility during the Ming dynasty. This style became popular with European designers during the 1600s, who used rice
"love the beautiful vintage dining set and the absolutely stunning hand painted Chinese panels and artwork." (nicole)
Chinoiserie wallpaper in the 17th century has its origins in the Chinese silk wall coverings designed for nobility during the Ming dynasty. This style became popular with European designers during the 1600s, who used rice
“Wallpaper” — gyamany
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