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The bathroom walls are a chocolate-colored base topped with a decorative marmarino plaster finish, which is similar to Venetian plaster.
The bathroom walls are a chocolate-colored base topped with a decorative marmarino plaster finish, which is similar to Venetian plaster.Spoon bath: Alternative Plans; tiles: Emerie & Cie
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designs of the time. Eventually, Florentine silks became too expensive, and only the royal court could afford to keep the factories in business. The Venetians and the Genoese — who were especially famous for their elaborate velvets — started making more affordable but still equally beautiful pieces. Images
designs of the time. Eventually, Florentine silks became too expensive, and only the royal court could afford to keep the factories in business. The Venetians and the Genoese — who were especially famous for their elaborate velvets — started making more affordable but still equally beautiful pieces. Images
designs of the time. Eventually, Florentine silks became too expensive, and only the royal court could afford to keep the factories in business. The Venetians and the Genoese — who were especially famous for their elaborate velvets — started making more affordable but still equally beautiful pieces. Images
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Vertical stripes have the ability to make spaces feel larger. Missoni's Venetian Stripe Rug adds color and height to this Toronto penthouse.
Missoni Venetian Stripe custom runner
Vertical stripes have the ability to make spaces feel larger. Missoni's Venetian Stripe Rug adds color and height to this Toronto penthouse.
“stair posts” — carolscng
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Japanese soaking tub with a stone facade, gray slate tiling and a wall-mounted Toto toilet. The walls are an inviting pumpkin color with a hand-applied Venetian marble finish.
Japanese soaking tub with a stone facade, gray slate tiling and a wall-mounted Toto toilet. The walls are an inviting pumpkin color with a hand-applied Venetian marble finish.
“Corner tub” — hpoe1961
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A wood chest with ivory details from Mozambique. Lamp: Fringe 5, designed by Edward van Vliet for Moooi; wall treatment: silver-gray Venetian stucco.
given to Escobar by Princess Amira al-Taweel of Saudi Arabia. Lamp: Fringe 5, designed by Edward van Vliet for Moooi; wall treatment: silver-gray Venetian stucco
“esquina del comedor” — irmaabrahams07
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Brock. Through the glass doors, Weidow's wine is stored at a comfortable 61 degrees at all times. Brock's colleague, Aaron Velasquez, created the Venetian plaster walls.Table: Liberty Furniture with custom copper banding by Justin Rees of Keep It Custom
Venetian plaster wall
“horseshoe wine rack” — khend
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Venetian plaster is a classic paint finish in Italy and other Mediterranean countries. The original technique involves applying several layers of plaster, along with natural pigments. Fortunately, today we can purchase acrylic "plaster" for easier application, or we could hire a terrific faux artist
“stenciled wall” — Chanda Bentley
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Terrazzo's origins. The word "terrazzo" comes from the Italian word for "terrace." It's a mosaic material that was born out of frugality; 15th-century Venetian marbleworkers created it because they were unable to afford marble for their own terraces. Settling odd-size discarded marble pieces from paying jobs
Terrazzo's origins. The word "terrazzo" comes from the Italian word for "terrace." It's a mosaic material that was born out of frugality; 15th-century Venetian marbleworkers created it because they were unable to afford marble for their own terraces. Settling odd-size discarded marble pieces from paying jobs
“Fleurs” — saspiturry
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