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One of the chairs in the Petit room design home design interior design 2012 house design House Design Photos, Cool House Designs, Modern House Design, Home Interior Design, Home Design, Design Ideas, Modern Interior, Interior Decorating, Home Modern

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Louis XV canvas Chinoiserie panels from Monluc, Paris Louis XVI Chairs. From the home of Janet de Botton, Provence; chairs are Neoclassical, not Rococo Louis Xvi, Painted Leaves, Of Wallpaper, Zuber Wallpaper, French Wallpaper, Chinoiserie Wallpaper, Beautiful Wallpaper, Flower Wallpaper, French Decor

Silvery sage in Provence…

Dining room walls covered with Louis XV canvas panels from Monluc, Paris. Louis XVI chairs still in their original aubusson tapestry from Christies, London… Louis XV canape a confidante in th…

Grand Salon from the Hôtel de Tessé, Paris ~ now located in the Metropolitan Museum of Art NYC Classic Interior, French Interior, French Decor, Palace Interior, Interior And Exterior, Architecture Details, Interior Architecture, Louis Seize, Interior Decorating

Made by Nicolas Huyot | Grand Salon from the Hôtel de Tessé, Paris | French, Paris | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Marie Charlotte de Béthune-Charost, comtesse de Tessé (ca. 1770–d. 1783) ; Abbé Bory (1783–d. 1785) ; comte de Tessé (son of René de Froullai, comte de Tessé) (1785–86) ; François Gaspard Philippe Petit de Petitval (from 1786) ; [ P

Pavlovsk Palace is an Russian Imperial residence built by Paul I of Russia in Pavlovsk, near Saint Petersburg. After his death, it became the home of his widow, Maria Feodorovna. The palace and the large English garden surrounding it are now a Palace Interior, Interior Exterior, Interior Design, Versailles, Classic Decor, Louis Seize, Chateau Hotel, Art Decor, Decoration

State Bedroom - Pavlovsk Palace & Park - Country Residence of the Russian Imperial Family

love the painted panels

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Boiserie from the Hôtel Lauzun | French, Paris | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The design of this Neoclassical paneling incorporates fluted pilasters crowned with Corinthian capitals and three sets of double doors that alternate with carved panels. The latter are embellished below with symmetrical arabesques and vases in low relief and with graceful swags at the top, but they all differ slightly from each other

Boiserie from the Hotel de Cabris, in Grasse, France, reconstructed in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Louis Seize, Luis Xvi, French Architecture, Building Architecture, Marquise, Interior Decorating, Interior Design, Style Retro, Classic Interior

Boiserie from the Hôtel de Cabris, Grasse | French, Paris | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Date: ca. 1774, with later additions. Culture: French, Paris. Medium: Carved, painted, and gilded oak. Dimensions: Overall: H. 11 ft. 8-1/2 in. x W. 22 ft....

These could be hung individually on the wall or made into a folding screen. Zuber Wallpaper, Of Wallpaper, Decorative Panels, Decorative Items, Arabesque, Decoration, Art Decor, Custom Made Furniture, Paint Effects

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These could be hung individually on the wall or made into a folding screen.

(via g r e e n / Manner of Jean-Baptiste Oudry, Door Panel) Grisaille is so often best for vignettes. Chinoiserie, Grisaille, Hand Painted Furniture, Painted Doors, Wooden Doors, French Decor, Of Wallpaper, Painting, Art Decor

Manner of Jean-Baptiste Oudry | Door panel | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Artist: Manner of Jean-Baptiste Oudry (French, Paris 1686–1755 Beauvais) Date: 18th century Culture: French Medium: Oak, painted and gilded