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medallion. It was original to the house as we bought it, but may be later than 1890. It was originally a coal burning fireplace, so possibly not so decorated. It is a very common style that we see in many similar homes here. M
Decor inspired by the Japan ! Its Chic
Love this room with the frosted glass room divider, fireplace and decorative mirror...beautiful!
Clark to create their vision of clean lines with an Asian influence. The soft furniture corresponds to the line and color of the prints and the decorative accents of the tansu. The two armchairs, Madison Occasional Chairs by Donghia (no longer in production) are upholstered in Priamo woven-texture
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I like the ceiling- the dimensional decorative shape, the use of multiple colors / treatments and the crown molding.
KGA Studio Architects
Decorative beam vaulted ceiling
Ruth Richards, Allied ASID
this bedroom is exactly like ours like the design and color and decorating too
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David Scott Parker Architects Llc
Hi Rachelle. Almost all of the decorative objects and furnishings for this project (including the urn) are antiques from the Aesthetic Movement era. Most of these pieces are incredibly rare (and in some cases the only known, extant examples of their kind), so unfortunately, it may be pretty difficult
We suggest looking at Christie's, Sotheby's, Bonhams, and other auction houses and antique galleries that specialize in late 19th century American Decorative Arts, as they would be the best place to find high quality pieces such as these.