288 greek revival interior Traditional Living Design Photos

Elad Gonen
1 Review
living room
Ideabooks2,832
Questions9
capitalize on mass production. Victorian can be rather confusing, but a lot of fun, since it included the Gothic-, Egyptian-, Greek-, rococo-, Renaissance- and Queen Anne–revival styles, as furniture makers systematically pillaged the past for their inspiration. Mahogany and rosewood were favorites, and
styles taken from various time periods in history like Gothic, Tudor, Elizabethan, English Rococo, Neoclassical and others. The Gothic and Rococo revival style were the most common styles to be seen in furniture during this time in history.
Prince of Wales, ruled in his place as the prince regent — and voilà, the regency style came into being. The prince was much more interested in art, interior design, fashion and food than in governance (I can sympathize), and therefore his tastes had a very strong influence on style during his reign. The
“Haha just kidding!!” — jlovag
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Crisp Architects
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Questions11
I don't know, that was purchased by the interior designer and the owner
The interior designer has health problems and is not available to answer
I'll pass that on to the interior designer.
The interior designer got back to me with bad news: the color was made up to match some cabinetry. We don't have the custom formula.
“Tables” — vdsvidson
Elizabeth Dinkel
1 Review
Brentwood Regency Estate
Ideabooks3,044
Questions10
slipper chairs (like the ones shown here) and used them often — always skirted. Check out his book Billy Baldwin Decorates.• Suzanne Rheinstein's interiors are extremely elegant and use ample antiques and fine fabrics.• Bunny Williams loves color and has an amazing eye for detail, both in furniture and
“Paint” — slarrison
Jan Gleysteen Architects, Inc
2 Reviews
Greek Revival
Ideabooks3,049
Questions7
I love all the windows and how bright the interior is. I understand that you're the architects but can you tell me where I can get information on the beautiful rug in this room? I've been searching
Greek Revival
“vaulted LR” — Sheila Perrotta
Mirador Group
Schwartz Residence
Ideabooks80
Questions0
greek revival stoll
“Mantel” — laurenpuff
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Artist Home
Ideabooks212
Questions1
Greek Revival Home
“colors” — lissywarren
Christy Dillard Kratzer
3 Reviews
Buckhead
Ideabooks11,234
Questions19
Interiors by Christy Dillard Kratzer, Architecture by Harrison Design Associates, Photography by Chris Little of Little and Associate.
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work is beautiful. (404) 247-0669www.dillardpierce.com Contact Me Services Provided Interior Design and Decoration, Product Design Areas Served Atlanta, Chicago, Austin Typical Job Cost $50,000 - $2,500,000 Interiors start at $50,000 Business Description Voted Best of Houzz 2012, 2013 and 2014.Christy
Dillard's award winning distinguished interiors. Employing a customized approach that reflects her commercial and residential clients' interest and needs, Christy's look translates into a variety of signature styles that stand the test of time. Her ability to design interiors that range from traditional to
“Ottoman and settee” — claudiamcdonald5
Dresser Homes
9 Reviews
Family Room
Ideabooks72,705
Questions36
Did you paint other interior doors the same millwork color, BM Gettysburg Grey?
The green wall trim looks similar to SW2826 Colonial Revival Green Stone - by Sherwin Williams: http://www.sherwin-williams.com/do_it_yourself/paint_colors/ideas/color/SW2826_colonial_revival_green_stone/ The field wall color paint looks like SW6161 Nonchalant White by Sherwin
I'm sorry but I really don't know. They were supplied by the interior decorator
Yes, all the interior doors are painted Gettysburg Grey. On the trim, it is all Gettysburg Grey on the Main Level but we switched to an off white upstairs. The kitchen
good flow of interior room to exterior
“Chairs look comfy. Perhaps not enough of a clean line...but like big base and lower arms.” — kozikke
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