These look elegant, don’t they? If this is the right style for you, do not rush and take a careful look at all these photos. After doing that, you will have an idea about what offers you can choose among. All you need to do now is try to decide on one of them.
Gorgeous slipper chair designed for maximum comfort and beauty. Offers solid wooden construction in quality finish, generously padded seat and back in fabric upholstery with nailhead trim embellishment, and amazing design.
Jean Prouvé Standard school chairs surround the dining room’s Pierre Jeanneret conference table; the shelves are by Charlotte Perriand/Prouvé, and the parquet de Versailles floor is 18th century.
Restoration Hardware Look-Alikes: Save 355.00 @ Wayfair vs Restoration Hardware Versailles Upholstered Chair
Crystal chandeliers, mirrors, period sconces, consol tables, carved panels, and doors...we've got it all...just like Versailles.
Louis XV canvas panels from Monluc, Paris Louis XVI Chairs. From the home of Janet de Botton, Provence
Marie Antoinette's armchair from the Palace of Versailles. It was made by French cabinet maker Georges Jacob (1739-1814). This pastel blue & yellow gold chair was kept in the Queen's private Gold Cabinet room.
4. Empire Aubusson Rug in The Particular room. Cool greens and yellows predominate the color scheme. The same green silk brocade fabric is used on chairs and wall. © EPV, Jean-Marc Manaï
Amazing French Aubusson chair from the cover of the book " A House Is Not A Home" by Bruce Weber
Rococo chair. This fits the Rococo style because it began with interior design. The style was influenced by French aristocrats wanting to bring the Baroque style from the Palace of Versailles into their new homes and it evolved into the new Rococo style.
Versailles Domed Burlap-Backed Chair from Restoration Hardware-- perfect reading chair.
Jean-Baptiste-Claude SÉNÉ ~ Pair of bergères (armchairs) ~1789, Paris | These two bergères belonged originally to a set designed to furnish the 'salon de compagnie' (reception room) of Madame Elisabeth (1764-1794), the sister of Louis XVI, at the Château
Lane Myers Construction Custom Home Builder Loeffler Residence Kitchen Draper Utah Versailles Inspired White Cabinets Dark Hardwood Floors Dark Counter Tops Light Fixtures
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And So To Bed’s Versailles Chaise Longue ticks all the boxes of a perfect chaise, no matter whether you call it chaise longue or chaise lounge.
NEO-BAROQUE INTERIORS:PALACES 19TH Dollmann,Georg von Gilded armchair in the king's study in Herrenchiemsee, a residence built for Ludwig II of Bavaria, who admired France's Louis XIV and saw himself as another "sun-king". Construction of Herrenchiemse
The Trianon Palace Versailles hotel, France... It would be nice to have a room like this, without the chandelier or the couch
what fun to upholster an old chair this way! And....I love the color of pink on the walls!
| ♕ | Les chaises roses - Versailles | by © nicolasv in the room for Marrie Antoinette at Le Petit Trianon.
Sommers brightened the client's club chairs in the family room with Kravet's Versailles blue velvet and celery-green strap work.
love this photo. things i love.. colors, lace, french chair, candelabra, sweet small table, roses in white vase....... ...
Versailles 10ft Dining Table & 10 Chairs - Black French Ornate Modern Baroque & Rococo Furniture
Versailles Domed Chair ...We should have these and are agrument will be the dome will allow us to hear customers better because it will block out the other gossip!!!! hahahaha
Versailles Upholstered Dining Chair with Flowers – Dimensions: 28″L x 19″W x 17″H
This arm chair once belonged to Marie Antoinette. Marie Antoinette's monogram (MA) is engraved at the top of the chair. It is unknown which of Marie Antoinette's palaces this chair came from, though it greatly resembles those from Saint-Cloud. It is curre
Bedroom Bliss. Gilded and tufted, with crystal, fur, and florals. Styling: The French Bedroom Company.
Meuble de style : copie d'un meuble réalisé sous l'époque d'un gouvernant (roi, empereur..). l'original est un meuble d'époque. (ici louis XV)