201 era Dining Design Photos

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Historic era homestead
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toric era homestead
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Living Room - Reminiscent of the '40s Era!
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the '40s Era!
Precious Nest
Photo Shoot Edmonton Journal Mixed Furniture Eras
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Meghan Shadrick Interiors
Mystic River
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atomic-era piece. The corner shelves hold pieces the client inherited from her late mother, and framed photos of Boston and San Diego flank the window. “We had to use corner shelves, because the window is not centered on the wall,” says Shadrick. “The wall displays give the eye something to look at
atomic-era piece. The corner shelves hold pieces the client inherited from her late mother, and framed photos of Boston and San Diego flank the window. “We had to use corner shelves, because the window is not centered on the wall,” says Shadrick. “The wall displays give the eye something to look at, and
“Cuadro” — joseluiscorrales
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Chelsea Apartment
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the same era) were separate finds.
the same era) were separate finds. A Roman shade constructed of Rogers & Goffigon Gasoline sheer-linen fabric sets a masculine tone.
“Lighting” — jalyn0000
BR Interior Designs
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Hip Family Dining Room
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art deco era was followed by a period of more minimalism in passementerie. As architecture changed, wood, glass and metal became fashionable materials, and tassel manufacturing dropped dramatically. In the early 1900s, Paris had more than 70 manufacturers of tassels, with only a third surviving the industrial
art deco era was followed by a period of more minimalism in passementerie. As architecture changed, wood, glass and metal became fashionable materials, and tassel manufacturing dropped dramatically. In the early 1900s, Paris had more than 70 manufacturers of tassels, with only a third surviving the industrial
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