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Chris Snook
Victor Wharf - Private
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Victor Wharf - Private URL http://www.chrissnookphotography.co.uk Category Staircase Style Contemporary Location London
Victor Wharf - Private
Victor wharf
“stairs” — bridgeid
J. Hettinger Interiors
7 Reviews
Atherton Project
Ideabooks435
Questions2
an E.J. Victor Dinning set.
nice E.J. Victor table
- ej victor
“Table design” — yaniibrahim
Love Architecture
Cross House Japan
Ideabooks122
Questions0
one in Victor Erice's film The Spirit of the Beehive, a place where the writer could feel a sense of connection to the natural world.
“Stone wall” — jasonasa
Northern Virginia
Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
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SFGIRLBYBAY
sfgirlbybay
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Thoughts for Victor's stained glass pieces? Thought: maybe use in bathroom as a large nightlight.....Victor likes it very light as we sleep and the stained glass would at least mute the brightness (since of course I like it pitch black to sleep). Good compromise?
“stained glass” — tataeya
alicelvictor
victor horta hotel tassel staircase
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victor horta hotel tassel staircase http://pixdaus.com/single.php?id=100138
I've loved this picture (Victor Horta - Maison Tassel) for years. One day, I hope to make some of it my own.
Victor Horta Hotel Tassel
Victor Horta at his best!
victor horta hotel tassel staircase
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“pretty details” — Kelly Manas
Paula Grace Designs, Inc.
20 Reviews
Transitional Living Room View 2
Ideabooks5,155
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Victor Klauss names all his paintings. Could you please give me the name of the piece in the room. Thank you.
Victor Klauss paintings.
artist is Victor Klauss. You may be able to find his work and/or commission pieces directly from him.
Victor klauss artist
“Stairs” — belbunt
Maynard Studios
6 Reviews
After Salvador Dali
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architect Victor Horta. He used sweeping curves, metal and the then-new electric light. Horta said of his designs, "I discard the flower and the leaf, but I keep the stalk."
architect Victor Horta. He used sweeping curves, metal and the then-new electric light. Horta said of his designs, "I discard the flower and the leaf, but I keep the stalk." This stairway in Louisville, Kentucky, replicates the long, fluid lines of the era perfectly.
“white stair, black tread” — chrislclough
Chris Snook
Victor Wharf - Private
Ideabooks524
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Victor Wharf - Private
Victor wharf
“Like furniture” — haddooda
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