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Fabrizia Frezza Architecture & Interiors
1 Review
Salaria House
Ideabooks127
Questions0
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“Floor pillows” — harpreetp
Fabrizia Frezza Architecture & Interiors
1 Review
Hotel Puente Romano, Marbella - Spain
Ideabooks188
Questions1
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“The colors pop and it's a small room” — cshellcrouch
Fabrizia Frezza Architecture & Interiors
1 Review
Villa Cetona, Siena - Italy
Ideabooks260
Questions1
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“ДИВАНЫ ИСПАНИЯ ЦВЕТ” — sergeyr
Fabrizia Frezza Architecture & Interiors
1 Review
Casa Recanati, Macerata - Italy
Ideabooks1,135
Questions0
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“Antique chairs” — sheleni
Fabrizia Frezza Architecture & Interiors
1 Review
Salaria House
Ideabooks258
Questions0
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“Salaria House” — Mariana Pickering (Emu Architects)
Fabrizia Frezza Architecture & Interiors
1 Review
Salaria House
Ideabooks2,509
Questions4
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“built ins” — jimmie11
Rasmussen / Su Architects
8 Reviews
Warehouse Conversion
Ideabooks3,196
Questions1
exposed ceiling beams and steel accents. The wall art in the dining room is a set of architectural pencil drawings that Rasmussen did when he was in Rome. These 1:1 scaled drawings are of different details from the city and were framed to look like specimen boxes. Ottomans, dining table: Nexus Storage
“Interior.” — pattonlopez
Edwina Drummond Interiors
9 Reviews
Edwina Drummond Interiors
Ideabooks4,556
Questions10
thousands of years ago as a weaving knot used to tie off garments and rugs. The embellishment then developed through the work of artisans in ancient Rome, Persia and Greece.In Roman times, tassels on the clergy's garments distinguished their status within the church hierarchy. Basket carriers during religious
“Ben moore's linen white” — Margaret Kirkham
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