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Harmony Cabinets & Construction
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Historic Moorestown NJ Kitchen
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Perfect mix of modern convenience with a nod to 17th century New England history. A modern day hearth!
from the 18th century in New Jersey. This brick surround was part of this 18th-century home's original kitchen. Intent on saving it, the design team fit a 48-inch Wolf range inside and custom designed a hood to fit into the still-functional chimney. See more of this kitchen
brickThis brick surround was part of this 18th-century home’s original kitchen. Intent on saving it, the design team fit a 122cm-wide Wolf range inside and custom designed a hood to fit into the still-functional chimney. See more of this kitchen
“Brick” — Barbara Mitchell
Harmony Cabinets & Construction
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Historic Moorestown NJ Kitchen
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look that fits the 18th-century home.Backsplash: white subway tile; countertop: Carrara marble; island top: cherry
4. Elegant 18th-Century RemodelRenovating an older home always comes with a set of challenges — particularly when you’re working with a home from the 18th century! This 1790 New Jersey
“Island legs” — Patti-Jo Pesola-Brunton
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
Stone Georgian Home
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English architects in the 17th century studied classical styles and produced disciplines that directly advanced into 18th-century America. In order of occurrence, three significant American styles developed from British Renaissance classical influence: Georgian, Adam and colonial revival. Georgian and
a chimney at each gable end and three centered and hipped dormers.The style first became popular in early 18th-century America and dominated domestic architectural fashion for most of that century. Many variations exist. This one has a side-gabled roof, while others have a gambrel roof, hipped roof or
and Adam came first within the colonial era, and then early-20th-century tastes turned to colonial revival styles, which are considered eclectic designs.Likely dating to the early 20th century, the Georgian-inspired home shown here illustrates several common details that are characteristic of that style
“Stone colour & pattern” — Kristin McMahon_Long
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
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British Colonial in Pasadena
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velvet in the 18th century. In the 1900s the English became a force, producing high-end figured velvets — although much of the fabric they designed initially was intended for wear rather than furnishings. The velvets had floral patterns on light backgrounds, and by the middle of the 19th century, British
addition in a serene and classic room like this. The daisy pattern is a modern take on the pleasant English floral patterns that were so popular in the 18th century.
velvet in the 18th century. In the 1900s the English became a force, producing high-end figured velvets — although much of the fabric they designed initially was intended for wear rather than furnishings. The velvets had floral patterns on light backgrounds, and by the middle of the 19th century, British
“fireplace” — karinr
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
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French Colonial Living Room
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Ebonized furniture in the 18th century. Thomas Sheraton, a well-known English furniture designer in the 18th century, stained pear-tree wood with writing ink, polished it with a stiff brush, then added hot wax to the surface
stained ebony style chair from 18th century English furniture designer
Ebonized furniture in the 18th century. Thomas Sheraton, a well-known English furniture designer in the 18th century, stained pear-tree wood with writing ink, polished it with a stiff brush, then added hot wax to the surface for an ebonized look. German cabinetmakers used a very different process, dipping
“Fire screen” — annechen05
Crisp Architects
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Crisp Architects
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Bell jar lanterns in 18th-century England. Most homes in 18th-century England were dark and gloomy, as lighting was either generated from an open fire or candlelight. Candles were an expensive commodity
Bell jar lanterns in 18th-century England. Most homes in 18th-century England were dark and gloomy, as lighting was either generated from an open fire or candlelight. Candles were an expensive commodity and used sparingly, even among the wealthy. Bell jar lanterns were often hung in the vestibules and
“Pale Moon & Navajo White” — alexands
Hilary Young Design Associates
Issaquah Highlands Residence
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Sheraton Style - Vanity A late 18th century neoclassical English furniture style by Thomas Sheraton. Characterized by simple designs, straight lines, thin legs and classical ornamentation
Sheraton Thomas Sheraton designed furniture in the 18th century. His designs were simple, with mostly straight lines, thin legs, and classical ornamentation
Sheraton Thomas Sheraton designed furniture in the 18th century. His designs were simple, with mostly straight lines, thin legs, and classical ornamentation.
“art niche” — mashlah
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
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Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
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George Hepplewhite was a cabinet maker and furniture designer in the 18th century. He designed style of light, elegant furniture.
Hepplewhite. George Hepplewhite was a cabinet maker and furniture designer in the 18th century. He designed style of light, elegant furniture.
Hepplewhite. George Hepplewhite was a cabinet maker and furniture designer in the 18th century. He designed style of light, elegant furniture. He's famous for the shield shaped chair back, graceful lines and elegant curves.
“Color paint” — risamandelberg
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