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Niermann Weeks designs borrow elements from the past and reinterpret them to fit current lifestyles, aesthetically relating to both traditional and contemporary interiors.
“Mirror” — bellbrandy
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Niermann Weeks designs borrow elements from the past and reinterpret them to fit current lifestyles, aesthetically relating to both traditional and contemporary interiors.
“столики” — Elena Rybochkina
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Niermann Weeks designs borrow elements from the past and reinterpret them to fit current lifestyles, aesthetically relating to both traditional and contemporary interiors.
“Chairs and color” — suzieflores
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This hallway shots shows three of our 30 dia Danieli Chandeliers, with a pair of Paris Oval Sconces flanking the window. Niermann Weeks designs borrow elements from the past and reinterpret them to fit current lifestyles, aesthetically relating to both traditional and contemporary interiors. (Interior Design by SCW Interiors)
“Otomana reciosa” — Margarita Rodrìguez
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This images shows the Crevecoeur Chandelier, Palissy Sconces, Roman Side Table, French Club Chair, Montaigne Floor Lamp, Beaton Mirror, and Santorini Bowl. Niermann Weeks designs borrow elements from the past and reinterpret them to fit current lifestyles, aesthetically relating to both traditional and contemporary interiors.
“Light fixture” — doreensanzone
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This image features our Elgin Arm Chair, Lucien Table, and Le Michel Lamp. Niermann Weeks designs borrow elements from the past and reinterpret them to fit current lifestyles, aesthetically relating to both traditional and contemporary interiors.
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Niermann Weeks designs borrow elements from the past and reinterpret them to fit current lifestyles, aesthetically relating to both traditional and contemporary interiors.
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Niermann Weeks designs borrow elements from the past and reinterpret them to fit current lifestyles, aesthetically relating to both traditional and contemporary interiors.
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A luxurious colonial eclectic living room designed by Windsor Smith incorporating the Lille Chandelier from Niermann Weeks
“Lighting Source” — rodlandal
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Photo by Emily Minton-Redfield
Niermann Weeks Quatrefoil Tole Planter
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One of their friends found this English tole planter years ago and always treasured it. Neirmann Weels adapted it in modern materials and designed a fitted fiberglass liner that can accommodate four common garden pots.
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The Palissy Ceiling Fixture is the perfect size for a typical eight foot ceiling, but there is nothing typical about its design. The simple round frame contains a ring of silver leafed glass tubes, with a semi-transparent antiqued mirror bottom. The silvering on the glass obscures the light bulbs, but increases luminosity, and creates beautiful pattern across the ceiling when l...More
Niermann Weeks Iron & Crystal Ceiling Fixture
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3 lights and 10 inches high. Antique gilt & polychrome.
Neirmann Weeks Rivoli Chandelier
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Rivoli Chandelier 8 lights from Niermann Weeks
Niermann Weeks Italian Chandelier
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The simple, elegant outline of this chandelier is based on a voluminous 18th century Italian sconce. The suspension system at the top is our adaptation of work found in European churches, usually seen only in the backwaters of the central continent. More sizes available.
“Kristen's office I think this cost more” — Craig Pohan
Niermann Weeks Crevecoeur Chandelier
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The Crevecoeur Chandelier started life as a typical antique chandelier loaded down with tons of goopy crystals. Somehow the frame seemed dynamic enough to make Niermann Weeks decide to explore different variations based on the basic frame. Editing and paring away the excess revealed this fixture. 12 lights.
Niermann Weeks Danieli Chandelier
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A 19th century fixture inspired the Danieli Chandelier. Despite many layers of "over the top" decorative details, Joe Niermann saw promise in the framework underneath. He whittled away at the design and reduced it to the basic underlying structure. The final design includes a gracefully sweeping frame enhanced by an oxidized silver leaf finish and glass crystals applied to the ...More
“Love this one” — Craig Pohan
Niermann Weeks Palissy Sconce
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7" wide x 4" deep x 12 1/2" high. Venetian silver leaf finish.
Niermann Weeks Paris Oval Sconce
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12" wide x 9" deep x 22" high. Venetian silver leaf.
Niermann Weeks Montaigne Floor Lamp
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66" high. Distressed gold leaf finish.
Niermann Weeks Sofie Occasional Table
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The Sofie Occasional Table revives French Moderne design for modern living. The stirrup stretcher anchors the table base, and the gold leaf finish recreates the patina of antique gilded bronze. The table is finished with a strikingly glamorous inset black glass top.
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