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Leslie Bentson
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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
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
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Montreal, QC: Escobar
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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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Georgia Perry © 2012 Houzz
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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
RAFAEL DAVILA
Mediterranean Architecture
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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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Contemporary Garden and Vertical Garden Feature
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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
Starr Sanford Design
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Ladies Street
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window is covered in a vintage venetian blind
Sanford covered the window with a vintage Venetian blind. “It fit with the feeling of the room,” she says. The haunting, sepia-toned horse photos were a gift from the artist, Thomas Hager, who probably appreciated the way their serenity and Old West aesthetic complemented the room.See more Rooms of the
“Beach house look 3” — felsko
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
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Modern Interior Design at the Jade Beach
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"We used a LusterStone treatment on the walls; it's like a Venetian plaster treatment without the shine," Ronderos says. "This gave them texture and depth
"We used a LusterStone treatment on the walls; it's like a Venetian plaster treatment without the shine," Ronderos says. "This gave them texture and depth." Ronderos demarcated the dining area by placing the table and chairs atop a slab of onyx and by giving the adjacent wall and ceiling a different
“Bar height” — rdent
Delier & Delier
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Ely Farm II
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and sheen of this fabric. This Louis XVI fauteuil chair reupholstered in a cut velvet fabric would not have looked out of place in a 17th-century Venetian home.
and sheen of this fabric. This Louis XVI fauteuil chair reupholstered in a cut velvet fabric would not have looked out of place in a 17th-century Venetian home.
“Curtain tie & chair pattern” — Wendy Walleigh
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