Beaux Arts Classical Products Information, Fireplaces, Inspirations and How To Get The Look, Interior Design, Ornamentation
It is that time of year to sit in front of the fire. Check out these fabulous fireplaces and ideas on how to transform the look of builder grade fireplaces.
I love the large mirror framed with an elegant molding and solitary center ornament.
The gold accents on this over mantle mirror panel are a strong design element in this otherwise white decor.
Decorators Supply Rococo Rose Corner #9804 9″ x 9″ $96.97
Lots going on here, but our Ornamentation Design Services can assist you in achieving this look. Really love the framed painting. Update this look using a fabulous sunrise or sunset instead of the floral still life.
So fabulous. Check out the ornament below which can be added to any plain builder grade fireplace.
Modern French Renaissance Scroll Linear Design #5719 4″H x 12″ $24.81
Swag #280F 8-3/8″ x 2-5/8″ $17.16 ea.
Love the use of the darker glaze on the ornament.
Obviously a real marble fireplace; however, using a faux marble finish is a beautiful way to transform your fireplace. Also adding an over mantle panel creates a wonderful focal point.
Here Beaux-Arts combined a faux marble on the mantle to compliment the black marble surround with faux bois for the fireplace and added ornament.
Another great inspiration to paint a faux marble finish on the fireplace and add white ornament. See ornament below.
Louis XVI Swag #7395 28″ x 6-1/4″ $145.40
Something a little strange about this. Does it work for you? Nevertheless it is an added over mantle mirrored panel.
Beaux-Arts Fireplace Makeover using antique mirror and panel ornament.
Another strange one, but I love the moulding in the large panel surrounding the fireplace.
How about this molding from White River for the panel.
3-3/4″ Running Coin in resin $20.57
Or, this flexible running coin which is 2″
Antiques and Collectibles, Architecture, Floors, Historic Homes, Inspirations and How To Get The Look
Pavlovsk Palace is a Neoclassical/Palladian style designed by Scottish Architect Charles Cameron In 1780.
In 1777 The Empress Catherine II of Russia gave a parcel of a thousand hectares of forest along the winding Slavyanka River, to her son and heir Paul I and his wife, Maria Feodorovna, to celebrate the birth of their first son, the future Alexander I of Russia.
The palace and the large English garden surrounding it are now a Russian state museum and public park.
The floor is magnificent.
Love this floor from Imago. It would look great in my dining room.
Back to Pavlosk Palace and check out the floor border.
And this floor.
With our trend toward dressing rooms rather than closets the Dressing Rooms in the Palace are so beautiful.
Paul I Dressing Room
Love the color palette and subtle borders on the wall.
The Palace Church
Third Floor Museum
Standard of the Russian Tzar.
Feast your eyes on the grounds in Autumn.