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Norris Architecture
2 Reviews
Stone Residence 1
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I believe this is the Danieli chandelier by Niermann Weeks
I think it's the Danieli Chandelier by Niermann Weeks: http://www.niermannweeks.com/wp-content/gallery/lighting/10-04699-3006_72dpi.jpg
Danieli chandelier by Niermann WeeksA traditional house that meanders around courtyards built as though it where built in stages over time. Well proportioned
“the french doors...solid bottom panel” — sparklefarkle
Christy Dillard Kratzer
3 Reviews
Buckhead
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This is a Niermann Weeks chandelier called Avignon.
base was purchased through Stone Yard Inc. it is a limestone composite material and very substantial. The glass top was custom made -This is a Niermann Weeks chandelier called Avignon. -chairs - Here's a less expensive version too: http://www.jonathanadler.com/Chippendale-Arm-Chair-starting-at/?cat=
“Chandelier” — childsrenovation
Andrea Schumacher Interiors
18 Reviews
Home of the Year
Ideabooks16,086
Questions9
Pictured on the Niermann Weeks website.....exactly the same....YIPPEEEE! On sale in 2010, maybe discontinued...
Niermann Weeks website.....exactly the same....YIPPEEEE! On sale in 2010, maybe discontinued
sconces (see comments) Niermann Weeks website
“windows” — Muhammad Hassaan
Bruce Kading Interior Design
3 Reviews
California Maison
Ideabooks4,370
Questions6
everything especially the Niermann Weeks Baldachino Ceiling Light
Niermann Weeks Baldachino Ceiling
“lamp” — ldelima5
Bruce Kading Interior Design
3 Reviews
California Maison
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Hello! This chandelier is from Niermann Weeks, and is called Baldachino
Niermann Weeks Baldachino Ceiling
“Chairs” — michelledyer
lily mae design
17 Reviews
lily mae design
Ideabooks91
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Niermann Weeks
“Mesa Behr” — pccon
lily mae design
17 Reviews
residential interior design projects
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Niermann Weeks
“color” — sheriann127
MyDesignSource
Niermann Weeks
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shows the Crevecoeur Chandelier, Palissy Sconces, Roman Side Table, French Club Chair, Montaigne Floor Lamp, Beaton Mirror, and Santorini Bowl. Niermann Weeks designs borrow elements from the past and reinterpret them to fit current lifestyles, aesthetically relating to both traditional and contemporary
“Light fixture” — doreensanzone
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