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Felipe seating area
neoclassical interior with clean design
Neoclassical done nicely.
Vuong Interior Design
prehistoric statue, a Victorian bust and a neoclassical stool with contemporary pieces.
Pla created a lounge area that’s just below the apartment’s main level (marked here by steps). The space mixes a prehistoric statue, a Victorian bust and a neoclassical stool with contemporary pieces.
a lounge area that's just below the apartment's main level (marked here by steps). The space mixes a prehistoric statue, a Victorian bust and a neoclassical stool with contemporary pieces.
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
as were formal damasks and brocades, with chintz and taffetas coming in at a close second. The straight tapered legs of the settee suggest a more Neoclassical style popular from the late 1700s through the mid-1840s.
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
Hollywood Regency- Turnberry Ocean Colony Sunny Isles, Fl
Style Secret: Bold PatternPattern helps to embellish the Hollywood Regency setting. Trellis and animal prints, Art deco and neoclassical motifs, wide stripes and geometrics all are on point, as is black and white harlequin flooring. Leave the timid florals and mannerly plaids to another style; this one
Timothy Corrigan, Inc.
Colorful Hollywood Bungalow
In the dining room, we started with the traditional, clean lines of a set of Italian 18th-century Neo-classical chairs, each upholstered in hot pink, electric blue, vibrant purple or green velvet. Because the space was very long, thin and not conducive to art pieces, high drama is delivered in the tented
My Houzz: Eclectic Finds in Maryland
The foyer has what Wall refers to as a Frenchy European vibe, with sequined pillows on leopard print chairs, an antique neoclassical desk and a brass wall sconce. "I love a real mix," she says. Paint: Davenport Tan HC 76 (dark stripes); Shelburne Buff HC 28 (light stripes), both by Benjamin Moore
Christopher Patrick Interiors
DC Design House
AFTER: Patrick added Ranelagh, a vibrant Farrow & Ball wallpaper with a re-created neoclassical design, in a brilliant red. A new vanity, done in a midcentury style, adds storage and a modernist note. “In this bathroom I blended the old and the new,” says Patrick. “I wanted to keep the charm of the