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Tucker & Marks
Georgian Residence
Ideabooks3,023
Questions5
the side table is late renaissance it is large and upright is oak has ornamentation
Renaissance bell jar lanterns. Prior to the Renaissance, hanging lamps were carved from wood, brass or silver. Designed mainly in round shapes, they were intended to hold only candles. But soon the glass chimney became the most popular form of pendant lighting. A tin, pewter or brass fixture was held
chains. However, these lamps were still mainly decorative. The French-style bell jar lanterns with gilt touches here harmonize well with the other Renaissance-style furniture in this thoughtful setting
“Creamy Beige & Ivory White” — alexands
Naylor & Son's Plastering Co. Inc.
Exterior Stucco
Ideabooks14,376
Questions9
Italian Renaissance. This newer California home demonstrates several characteristics unique to Italian Renaissance fashion established in the early 20th century. This house might also be called Mediterranean, though that term is more of a category than a style. (Mission, Spanish eclectic and Monterey
solidity. A water table, the detail of cast stone trims at the lower walls and window articulation with implied balconies contribute generously to its Renaissance classical flavor.
“symmetry!” — laugf
Greg Newton Photography
Portfolio
Ideabooks5,350
Questions3
nice English house (Renaissance style from the Picturesque movement considered an Italianate). Italianate and Gothic revival styles were meant to be less formal than other Renaissance styles
This is another example of Second Renaissance Revival architecture. And my inspiration going forward with the jail conversion. Dream big.
Italian Renaissance style, window moldings and trim Square columns at entrance
establish its identity, along with detailed moldings around the windows. An intimately proportioned classical entrance surround exhibits the signature Renaissance arch. A native English style despite the name, Italianate fashion reflected a slightly less formal aesthetic, as you can see here in the rusticated
“Idea for exterior” — pdkvpi
Aquatic Consultants, Inc
1 Review
Miami Beach
Ideabooks5,665
Questions1
Lightstreams Renaissance Collection Peacock Glass tiles trimmed with renaissance Collection Aqua Glass Tiles. Made in USA!
Lightstreams Renaissance Collection Peacock Glass tiles trimmed with renaissance Collection Aqua Glass Tiles
Lightstreams Renaissance Collection Peacock Glass tiles trimmed with renaissance Collection Aqua Glass
“Color of tile” — keeganjr
Jay Greene Photography
5 Reviews
Elevations
Ideabooks3,619
Questions3
Second Empire. When Renaissance influence spread northward into France in the 16th century, the French overlaid the fashion upon their existing architecture. The result often emphasized the roof of the building.The Second Empire style of the late 19th century and French eclectic styles of the early 20th
trait. Their balanced and symmetrical elevations along with details of quoins, dentils and other classically oriented expressions define them as Renaissance.This beautiful historic Second Empire–style house may not readily seem classical, but its symmetrical elevation and organized openings are attributable
Victorian era. These two styles have many similarities, but the roof design and the arched windows set this particular house apart. The connection to Renaissance architecture lies in the order of its details.
“Gingerbread possibilities” — marylee456
Patrick J. Baglino, Jr. Interior Design
7 Reviews
Portfolio Photographs - Room in Red
Ideabooks8,670
Questions6
triplicate is an old Renaissance trick. In this neutral room, the red and white cut velvet adds a dash of visual spice and moves the eye around the room, from ottoman to lampshade to pillows and back again.
Decorating in triplicate is an old Renaissance trick.
despite threes being a renaissance trick i don't like the lampshade. otherwise nice traditional room. like the diagonal setting of the couch
Count to three. Decorating in triplicate is an old Renaissance trick. In this neutral room, the red and white cut velvet adds a dash of visual spice and moves the eye around the room, from ottoman to lampshade
Count to three. Decorating in triplicate is an old Renaissance trick. In this neutral room, the red and white cut velvet adds a dash of visual spice and moves the eye around the room, from ottoman to lampshade
“Couch” — laurakujacznski
Cravotta Interiors
18 Reviews
Malinard Manor - Guest Suite
Ideabooks2,895
Questions4
ceiling detail in this guest room is adapted form a ceiling in an English estate. If you're thinking the bed frame looks like something from the Renaissance — you'd be right. This one-of-a-kind bed was made in the 1800s using wood panels from the mid-1400s.
beautiful bed renaissance
RENAISSANCE LOOK
“Ceiling” — meganmassacre
Wright Design
4 Reviews
Rustic Lakehouse
Ideabooks6,997
Questions6
reaction to the over-the-top rococo revival and Renaissance revival styles popular during the Victorian era.
Eastlake. The Eastlake style was named after Charles Eastlake. His designs were a reaction to the over-the-top rococo revival and Renaissance revival styles popular during the Victorian era
Eastlake. The Eastlake style was named after Charles Eastlake. His designs were a reaction to the over-the-top rococo revival and Renaissance revival styles popular during the Victorian era. although Eastlake furniture is technically considered Victorian (having been popular between 1870
Eastlake. The Eastlake style was named after Charles Eastlake. His designs were a reaction to the over-the-top rococo revival and Renaissance revival styles popular during the Victorian era. I wanted to make it a separate category here, because although Eastlake furniture is technically
“actually antique” — phyllisdolan1
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