Old and New Uniacke’s cultivated eye for antiques is showcased in the family sitting room, where Sicilian tapestries from the 17th century flank the fireplace and an 18th-century Italian marble console table sits nearby. Suspended above is a 19th-century waterfall chandelier attributed to the Spanish Royal Glassworks.
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Interior design by MILIEU editor Pamela Pierce inspired by French, Swedish, Belgian, European, Gustavian, Scandinavian antiques, modern art, minimal, feminine, romantic, timeless, tranquil, farmhouse style and elegant traditional decor, reclaimed stone floors, biots, white roses, linen, slipcovers, ruffles, skirted tables, Lefroy Brooks fixtures, cremone bolts, steel windows and doors, rustic wood, white, neutrals, French country, Chateau Domingue, oversize sconces, and chandeliers.
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antiques mix with industrial and shaker style in this eclectic farmhouse kitchen | full home tour on coco kelley
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This is so up my street | eclectic home where everything is full of colour! what a landing! Reading nook | Designer Gallery • Grasscloth Wallpaper • Natural Wallcoverings • Phillip Jeffries Ltd. antiques and purple Designer Gallery • Grasscloth Wallpaper • Natural Wallcoverings • Phillip Jeffries Ltd.
“Gatewood layers pattern on pattern. Ikat on cushions and batik on table, both vintage. Tablecloth and pillow in John Robshaw Textiles fabric. Spoonback chair and Gothic fragment, both antiques. Console, [John] Rosselli. Indian dhurrie.” Americus, Georgia, home of antiques dealer Furlow Gatewood. Photography by Max Kim-Bee. “Well-Lived: 19th-Century Southern Cottage” by Carol Prisant. Veranda.
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I love antique mirrors. In fact, they are one of my favorite antiques to own. And in a bathroom, they are wonderful. Especially an all-white or neutral bath. It’s amazing how with all the hard surfaces, straight edges, and cool colors of a bathroom, introducing an antique mirror (usually gold) can add so much warmth …
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This Manhattan living room had faux-bois-painted walls when Mariette and Brooke began their 2006 design. The duo insisted on keeping the patterning and tracked down the original French artist to restore the work. They selected vanilla upholstery and English and French antiques in similar wood tones to complement the walls. Photo by Scott Frances
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