187 flemish Home Design Photos

Tiffany Farha Design
Wichita Residence
Ideabooks184
Questions3
Flemish scroll leg...baroque-era style from 17th century. A carved S or C shape at the top.
The Flemish scroll leg. This late-baroque-era style of furniture leg was developed in the second part of the 17th century. The Flemish scroll leg can be distinguished by either a carved S or C shape at the top. Furniture from this period tends to be heavy and dark, with elaborate carvings.These dining
dining chairs, with their Flemish scroll legs and matching arm carvings, help to create a warm and inviting dining room.More: Give Your Furniture a Leg Up
“ideal reading chair” — 1511faure
Priester's Custom Contracting, LLC
3 Reviews
Open Master bathroom
Ideabooks406
Questions1
The shower doors are flemish glass.
Like the Flemish glass on the exposed shower doors
Flemish glass shower door
Flemish glass...flemish glass?...flemish glass
“Shower glass” — kimc9034
Structures Building Company
5 Reviews
Cobbage Kitchen
Ideabooks2,806
Questions7
Large Flemish Linear Pendant
flemish light over island
flemish light
“Kitchen” — poodle13
Matthew Bolt Graphic Design
6 Reviews
Interiors
Ideabooks1,065
Questions5
CHC 1498 LARGE FLEMISH LINEAR PENDANT
flemish linear pendant
“Color of island” — Tyler Interiors, LLC
DSA Master Crafted Doors
15 Reviews
House Photos
Ideabooks49
Questions0
aberdeen boneau w flemish glass (maybe get clear)?
like the flemish glass
Aberdeen Boneau w/ Flemish Glass
Flemish glass...Flemish Glass
“like the flemish glass” — vjfranczek
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
3 Reviews
Mediterranean Retreat
Ideabooks5,632
Questions8
Early-15th-century wallpaper was created as a cheaper alternative to the paneling and tapestries used to warm and adorn European palaces. Designed by Flemish artisans, this era's wallpaper was hand printed with carved wood blocks. During the 1500s more ornate designs mimicking fabric patterns — such as brocade
“wallpaper” — kerrifrazier
AMDG Architects
Windy Hill private residence doors
Ideabooks51
Questions0
Flemish glass for iron door - good pic
Flemish Glass
“Window upstairs” — vbfeldman
William T Baker
1 Review
William T Baker Houses
Ideabooks203
Questions0
Flemish bond
“nice front may be short wall tile” — africantiq
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