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Powder using an 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.
French Deco Horn Sconce | Circa
beautiful! where i could buy the same french wall candle sconce?
The vanity is 19th century French antique.
This chest is an antique 19th Century French marquetry commode with gilt
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This formal powder room features an 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.
Elizabeth Brosnan Hourihan Interiors
the pieces, antique stemware and porcelain dishes. The art collection is from renowned Cape Ann artists from 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 Co
French doors to the outside from the shower
Greenbrier Formal Powder
As the description mentions, this is a 19th Century French antique, both the mirror and the console, therefore they are one of a kind pieces.
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 Louis XIV is a French furniture style of rounded forms and curved lines. Baroque furniture is associated with Louis XIV.
Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
ACC Cabinetry is a full service custom woodworking and cabinetry shop located in Berryville, VA and serves all of the Northern Virginia Area.
Tight quarters BRM
Schrader & Companies
This French Classic Mansard home needed a delicate hand and keen eye to detail when it owners were ready to remodel. That's exactly what Schrader & Companies, BATC's Remodeler-of-the-Year, brought to the job. They began by keeping the original structure and architecture true, but updated with ener
detailed, custom entertainment system housing a flat screen TV and a see-through fireplace framed with an arch that peeks into the living room. And what French home would be without a beautiful grand piano music room. The upper-level owners' suite is a delight, with added cabinetry and coz sitting room with
Timothy Corrigan, Inc.
I love this wallpaper, but it's vintage and French, so basically it would be impossible to get.
ceiling, walls (handpainted French wallpaper)
Interesting look,French cottage