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Today’s Tasteful Take on a Historic House

Historical renovation is something I am passionate about because of my love for the architectural features. In my “About Me” …Continue reading →...
by A Detailed House on Oct 9, 2012

Today’s Tasteful Take on a Historic House

Historical renovation is something I am passionate about because of my love for the architectural features. In my “About Me” …Continue reading »...
by A Detailed House on Oct 9, 2012

Chandelier chic

Chandeliers from Masiero are associated with luxury, classic high style interior and elegance. Continue reading the Chandelier chic © AnG for Furnitureandesign, 2011. | Add to del.icio.us...
by Furnitureandesign on Apr 9, 2011

Crazy About Montecito

Of all the places I've traveled to in the United States, Santa Barbara is probably my favorite.  To be more exact, Montecito.  If you can say a city or town has "it", this place definitely does.  With the beach, the mountains, the clim...
by Period Homes on Mar 12, 2010

Crazy About Montecito

Of all the places I've traveled to in the United States, Santa Barbara is probably my favorite.  To be more exact, Montecito.  If you can say a city or town has "it", this place definitely does.  With the beach, the mountains, the clim...
by Period Homes on Mar 12, 2010

Queen lighting by Micron Illuminazione

Lamps and chandeliers from the series Queen by Italian company Micron made in luxurious style. The combination of pink and clear crystals, black or yellow gives elegant coverage of the entire space. Like a small planet, surrounded by sparkling rings...
by Furnitureandesign on Feb 19, 2010

The Interior of an Italian Renaissance House

While designing a house in the Italian Renaissance style is not an easy task, with all of the proper details and scale, furnishing one can be difficult as well.  With a little research, hard work and attention to appropriate styles of mantels, light...
by Period Homes on Jan 3, 2009

The Interior of an Italian Renaissance House

While designing a house in the Italian Renaissance style is not an easy task, with all of the proper details and scale, furnishing one can be difficult as well.  With a little research, hard work and attention to appropriate styles of mantels, light...
by Period Homes on Jan 3, 2009


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