39,200 Art Nouveau Traditional Home Design Photos

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victor horta hotel tassel staircase
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Exquisite mosaic Art Nouveau design for gorgeous building; look at structural metalwork on staircase... art!
Art Nouveau shapes over staircase with round corners
OHH MY This is the epitome of artdeco art nouveau Style and I LOVE IT!! THIS IS JUST A DREAM...
not perfect "s" curves. More elongated and Art Nouveau
Fabulous! Art, pure and simple.
Beautiful lines and colors of art nuveau.
because it made it very clear to me what art deco is and isn't. Here's what he says: Think of a curlicue that, over the decades of the 20th century, slowly straightened until it dropped the curve and became straighter. In the pre–art deco period, known as art nouveau, lines were organic, curly and flowery
“Art deco” — Dana Garrison
Gast Architects
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Beaux Arts Residence - Entry Canopy
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Beaux Arts Residence - Entry Canopy
art nouveau style adapted for decorative ironwork and cast metal
headboard or a piece of wall art.
love this awning with art nouveau style ironwork and glass awning
Metalwork. The art nouveau style was quickly adapted for
To express your Art Noveau styel: metalwork
Metalwork. The art nouveau style was quickly adapted for decorative ironwork and cast metal, where its undulating, asymmetrical and
Metalwork. The art nouveau style was quickly adapted for decorative ironwork and cast metal, where its undulating, asymmetrical and organic lines found favor with wealthy homeowners. Get this look: Whether their work is custom or prefab, ironwork professionals often offer art nouveau–style options for
“canopy” — Barbara Llewellyn Architecture
Margo Downing Interiors
A hip townhome living room
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5. Textiles. Although art nouveau was lavish, it was often inspired
Textiles. Although art nouveau was lavish, it was often inspired by nature. Original art nouveau textiles usually incorporated flowers and vines in printed or woven designs. In both muted and dark color palettes
a great simplified art nouveau motif - beautiful!
art nouveau motifs in rug, fireplace
Textiles. Although art nouveau was lavish, it was often inspired by nature. Original art nouveau textiles usually incorporated flowers and vines in printed or woven designs. In both muted and dark color palettes, these textiles included rugs, upholstery
5. Textiles. Although art nouveau was lavish, it was often inspired by nature. Original art nouveau textiles usually incorporated flowers and vines in printed or woven designs. In both muted and dark color palettes, these textiles included rugs, upholstery and window treatments. Get this look: Textiles
“Curtains” — Andrea Sneazwell-Cunningham
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Quoizel Traditional Table Lamp
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This organic look features an etched glass shade in a classic Art Nouveau design, which is echoed in the sculpting on the base.
shade in a classic Art Nouveau design, which is echoed
of Art Nouveau in the light fixtures, nice touch
acid-etched glass can suggest art nouveau style with a more modern touch.
Art Nouveau or Art Deco? Who cares, just love the lamp!
like art nouveau style lamp for future home.
To express your Art Noveau style: lighting
Lighting. Art nouveau stained glass pendants, iron chandeliers, leaded glass lanterns and acid-etched lampshades all reflected the elaborate and organic-inspired patterns of the era. Mixed materials — usually metal and glass — were combined in feminine forms.
“красива” — shurup
Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Alun & Selena Urquhart
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Mucha art like vin des incas in particular
They acquired the oversize art nouveau poster
markets, thrift stores and art festivals. Their favorites include the Deep Ellum Arts Festival and Lulu B's in Dallas. "Goodwill and City Square Thrift Store in Dallas are my favorite haunts for random china dessert plates," Selena says.They acquired the oversize art nouveau poster in Prague, at the Alphonse
“Colors” — joan1868
Elegant Additions
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Traditional Bathrooms
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funky taps - by Rene Lalique (art nouveau designer)
Love these Art Nouveau fittings and colors.
Rene Lalique's designs also featured highly in the era and were displayed in the shop L'Art Nouveau. Lalique is known best for his work in glass, and the style is introduced beautifully here in the taps. The decorative shell is also reminiscent
Rene Lalique's designs also featured highly in the era and were displayed in the shop L'Art Nouveau. Lalique is known best for his work in glass, and the style is introduced beautifully here in the taps. The decorative shell is also reminiscent of the period.
“colored roses for handles” — Gandolph Aquisitions
Jil Sonia Interiors
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Queen Anne home
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Tiffany Glass Company took over the market with stain glass windows and fixtures. Nothing says Art Nouveau like this!
Art noveau style with modern touch.
Tiffany Glass Company. His designs were spotted by Samuel Bing, who had opened an interior design shop in Paris in 1895 called L'Art Nouveau. The shop, designed by Belgian art nouveau practitioner Henry Van de Velde, gave its name to that style and era.
“Chandelier” — Andy Wiginton
Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
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Outdoor Oasis in NW Washington
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art nouveau blend with arts deco
I have never seen an awning like this and the colors blend nicely. I like the look of both art nouveau and art deco. Is there someone who could tell me how to incorporate both for interior
Art Nouveau and Euro art deco were back to back in time periods, so blending the 2 is very easy. American art deco was different and what most people identify art deco as being; streamlined, skyscraper etc. A great diy and inexpensive alternative to the awning above can be found at generalawnings.com
“Porch” — pltldy
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