9 chaise loui xvi Outdoor Design Photos

Urban Improvement Company
4 Reviews
Forest Park Southeast New Construction
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St. Louis design and remodeling company.
St. Louis house, Forest Park Southeast neighborhood
lives here: Brad Fratello, a professor at St. Louis Community College; Doug Moore, a writer for the St. Louis Post Dispatch; and their dog, LuluLocation:
Forest Park Southeast neighborhood of St. LouisSize: 2,900 square feet (269 square meters); 3 bedrooms, 3½ baths, plus an attached apartment with 1 bedroom
“Lighting” — tjgreiving
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
13 Reviews
Hillsborough Residence Renovation
Ideabooks7,501
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LOUIS XVI Style gunmetal and gilded bronze four light lantern.
“Patio” — sunideskin
Mitchell Wall Architecture & Design
1 Review
Outdoor Living Room
Ideabooks130K
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St. Louis, MO...St. Louis, Missouri....Side-by-side chaise lounge.
“Pool” — svanwidvey
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Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Mangan 2-1
Ideabooks4,080
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What do you like about this photo?louis barragan inspired spout
chaise, stool, umbrella. Easy outdoors done!
“Like the water step over” — frankgraham555
LRO Residential
11 Reviews
The Greenbrier Project
Ideabooks5,893
Questions6
Hi, I would say it fits either two standard size chairs or one chaise lounge.
Wide steps for Louis to splash =)
“Sun shelf and shape of pool. Fountains” — grandmalulu
Get Back JoJo
4 Reviews
Colonel Mustard in the Conservatory
Ideabooks3,676
Questions5
white marble to give it a "Great Gatsby" look. That was my inspiration. The chaise was an existing piece that we recovered in an indoor outdoor fabric. The
first appeared in paintings in the 15th century. A hundred years later, Louis XIV's architect Charles Le Brun used black and white checkerboard on the
Updated Louis XIV Chairs and chequerboard flooring
first appeared in paintings in the 15th century. A hundred years later, Louis XIV's architect Charles Le Brun used black and white checkerboard on the
“Floor” — jdlewis623
Goessling Design
Modern Cottage Residence
Ideabooks1,375
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l’exemple type du coin de verdure idéal : quelques rayons de soleil, des chaises longues et une petite terrasse en gravier. Remarquez les contrastes de teintes
“love this secret place.” — dlang03
Mitchell Wall Architecture & Design
1 Review
Outdoor Living Area
Ideabooks519
Questions1
What brand is the double chaise lounge?
“Travertine” — beagles99
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