32,354 louis Home Design Photos

Transitional Living Room
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Louis XV style is rococo, with curvy legs; Louis XVI style is neoclassical
I’ll give you a hint: Look at the legs. Remember, Louis XV style is rococo, with curvy legs; Louis XVI style is neoclassical, with straight, column-like
legs. Drum roll, please… If you said that the chairs are Louis XV style and the settee is Louis XVI style, you are correct!
I’ll give you a hint: Look at the legs. Remember, Louis XV style is rococo, with curvy legs; Louis XVI style is neoclassical, with straight, column-like
legs. Drum roll, please… If you said that the chairs are Louis XV style and the settee is Louis XVI style, you are correct!
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Lauren Gries
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Brooklyn, Co-op
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Louis XVI Chairs The legs are the most defining feature of Louis XVI chairs — they are straight and often have
column-like legs and geometric carvings of Louis XVI chairs. There is more visible wood and less gilding than with earlier
Louis XVI StyleClean lines and delicate craftsmanship make these the most modern looking of the Louis chairs. The design came about during the reign of
of Louis XVI, the 19-year-old monarch, and his bride, Marie Antoinette. During this time there was a resurgence in interest in classical Greece and Rome
Rome, which you can see in the column-like legs and geometric carvings of Louis XVI chairs. There is more visible wood and less gilding than with earlier
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Landing Design & Development
Ferry Rd
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the later Louis XVI versions, Louis XV chairs feature scrolling and S-shaped cabriole legs.
the time of Louis XV, and with it came gentle curves, plump cushions and plenty of gilding. More ornate than the later Louis XVI versions, Louis XV chairs
Romantic rococo style became popular around the time of Louis XV, and with
the time of Louis XV, and with it came gentle curves, plump cushions and plenty of gilding. More ornate than the later Louis XVI versions, Louis XV chairs
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West Hills Victorian
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This example might be a Louis XIV–XV transition piece. Notice how the back is straight, rectangular and upholstered (as in a Louis XIV chair), but the legs
armrests are shorter (as in a Louis XV chair). Tell us: Which Louis style is your favorite?Photos: Browse more photos with Louis-style chair designs
This example might be a Louis XIV–XV transition piece. Notice how the back is straight, rectangular and upholstered (as in a Louis XIV chair), but the legs
A Louis XV-inspired chair and a pharmacy lamp placed next to a soaking tub add class
(as in a Louis XV chair).
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McLarrin Flooring & Counter Tops
McLarrin Flooring & Counter Tops
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What is the color of the mortar used with the Old St. Louis brick in this picture?
I love this color and look. Says color is "Old St. Louis" acme brick
ACME Old St. Louis Brick with sacking technique used for mortar
old st Louis brick. Light fixture- capital lighting #9224WB-261. Size 19.25" W x 33" H
Old St. Louis Brick from Acme
“Acme St. Louis with "sacking" mortar process” — ckmather
Isler Homes
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Greenbrier Formal Powder
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Louis XIV Louis XIV is a French furniture style of rounded forms and curved lines. Baroque furniture is associated with Louis XIV.
Louis XIV- This type of furniture is really old fashioned and
White marble. Gold gilding. Louis XIV. Chandelier and sconces. Beautiful powder room.
Louis XIV - Grand and decorative furniture meant to advertise the wealth and power
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
gilding. France saw the reinvigoration of gilding during the reign of King Louis XIV, aptly known as the Sun King. The Palace of Versailles, with its excessive
Louis XIV is a French furniture.
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Palm Design Group
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Master Bedroom
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Louis XV Style The furniture in Versailles when Marie Antoinette moved in was mostly Louis XV style, left over from her
sheet:Louis XV Curvy legs Often gilded Comfortably angled back Adorned with scrolls and medallions
LOUIS XV: Curvy legs Often gilded Comfortably angled back Adorned with scrolls and medallions
Tipp: Neue BezügeLouis XV ist namentlich nicht ganz so bekannt wie der Sonnenkönig – doch die Möbel
dennoch „typisch barock“, obwohl wir uns schon im Rokoko bewegen. Während Louis XIV-Stühle und -Sessel meist eine gerade, eher rechteckige Rückenlehne haben
weichere, rundere Formen und geschweifte Beine. Unter dem nächsten König, Louis XVI, werden die Formen dann wieder schlichter, strenger – kurz: neoklassisch
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RJ Elder Design
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RJ Elder Design
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Old Saint Louis by Boral Brick with white sand mortar
"Old St. Louis" from Boral Brick with a white sand mortar
old st louis boral brick...Old St Louis brick Boral...old st. louis bricks?...bay st. louis house
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