The last blog mention of our company explained our name change to Beaux-Arts Classic Products and our new online presence. We are putting the finishing touches on new photography and are planning on launching the site in mid-December to give Google plenty of time to re-index during the holiday season. In the meantime, here is our new look.
We are really busy with creating masters for all the sizes needed of our re-designed Louis XIV line of decorative grilles, and are prioritizing the order in which we do this by the custom orders we are receiving. We know we have a winning design because we are selling products that have not yet been manufactured. Bergdorf Goodman’s New York City store is undergoing renovation and will be using our Louis XIV 24″ x 30″, 6″ x 30″, 20″ x 14″ and 6″ x 14″ decorative grilles.
The larger grilles have more of the pattern. So handsome and nothing like it in the marketplace.
A recent commercial project for the 4-Star Luxury Boutique Tribecca Grand Hotel located on a prime cobblestone corner on the border of SoHo and TriBeCa.
Like the neighborhood itself, the Tribeca Grand Hotel knows how to be subtle and yet luxuriously sleek with a mix of clean classic lines with explosions of color and style. The simple red brick façade decorated with signature cast-iron detailing was created by Hartz architect John Prince, inspired by the materials that describe the Tribeca area.
The super-spacious central atrium, originally designed by Larry Bogdanow of Bogdanow Partners Architects, offers an airy vaulted core reminiscent of grand cathedrals as well as Hitchcockian mid-20th century public buildings like the old Penn Station or the Singer Building.
Recently reworked by designer William Sofield, the atrium plays host to one of the most happening scenes in town, the downtown-necessity Church Lounge.
They used our Arts and Crafts 12″ x 24″ decorative grilles in our Dark Bronze finish for $214.
Always appreciate receiving customer photos of our products. Love this bathroom with our recessed chandelier for a 3-3/4″ recessed light $204.
Recessed Chandelier with Semi-Precious Stones
Victorian Style 4″ decorative recessed light trim embellished with onion pyrite, Sworovski crystals and labrodorite briolettes $750.
How to make a fit adjustment on a decorative grille. Arts and Crafts style grille shown in a custom finish.
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“It gives new life to witnesses of the past.
It seeks out and finds rarity, dreams.
It conserves and restores history and past eras.
It preserves and uses as models that unique heritage,
those works of art, those old objects, those noble materials.
The old travels across time and the world.
A new life, a new place, to host the passion for those stone
or wooden chimneys, those floors of a thousand charms,
those garden ornaments, those decorative objects,
those remakes or those old models.”
Magnificent Louis XIV Stone Sphinxes
Louis XVI Marble Fireplace
Pamela Pierce is the Founder and Editor in Chief of Milieu. The Fall Issue 2015 is their Third Anniversary Issue which features four incredible women considered the best of the best in the world of magazine editors. Her editorial focuses on curiosity as a motivator of creativity which is at the core of Milieu, to share great information, enlightenment and ideas.
It is a pleasure to share some of my favorites filled with inspiration.
Fall 2015 Best Dressed Walls
Venetian Repose, Interior Design by Elizabeth Royer, Rose Marmorino Walls
“It was decorated in a very classical fashion with original ceilings and antiques”. Elizabeth Royer
Spring 2015 Best Dressed Walls
Istanbul Residence, Interior Design by Asli Tunca and Carl Vercauteren
Hand Painted Fresco Bed Alcove
Tunca successfully combines Baroque and Ottoman Orientalism.
Hand painted walls of stucco. Stunning mix of antiques and contemporary designs.
Summer 2015 Best Dressed Plaster Walls
California Residence, Interior Design by Tim Clarke
Love the integration of decorative grilles in the walls. Great attention to details.