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Hunting Lodge - Oxford, Maryland
Description: The interiors of this new hunting lodge were created with reclaimed materials and furnishing to evoke a rustic, yet luxurious 18th Century retreat. Photographs: Erik Kvalsvik
Hillary Thomas Designs
Asian Inspired Entry
stylish table. Fanciful and evocative, bamboo furniture was an important part of the chinoiserie rage of the 17th and 18th centuries, and it’s easy to see why the look still endures in the 21st century. More: Decorating With Antiques: Chests, Dressers and Buffets
stylish table. Fanciful and evocative, bamboo furniture was an important part of the chinoiserie rage of the 17th and 18th centuries, and it’s easy to see why the look still endures in the 21st century.More: Decorating With Antiques: Chests, Dressers and Buffets
Tucker & Marks
Beaux Arts Beauty
18th century Italian settee - colors are soothing and I like the iron work.
Updated with subtle fabrics, this 18th-century Italian settee brings a dash of freshness and grace to its serene setting.
Dallas TX: The DeGolyer Estate
A Nativity centerpiece adorns the dining room table. The original furnishings and tapestries reflect Nell's preference for 17th- and 18th-century English styles. At the far end of the room, a unique shell-shaped alcove provides the perfect frame for a 13-foot Christmas tree.
Tucker & Marks
The walls in the entry hall are rotary-sawn barn wood, and the floor is slate. The owners' vintage leather boar stands next to an early 18th-century English oak gateleg table with baluster legs purchased at auction.Antler lamps: Mountain Feathers Sculptures; mirror: Sherwood Classic Ranch Furnishings
Dallas, TX: Constance Chantilis
Curio cabinets were most popular in the 18th century; they sometimes have glass shelves and mirrored backs to enhance the view.