New Classics – Some great pieces.
“Today’s Traditional design is ageless, bright in personality, and a blend of styles that doesn’t take itself too seriously.” Cameron Schwabenton
The Taitbout End Table
Love this classic French style end table, constructed of Mango wood and finished in a raw Vintage Smokehouse finish.
The classic French style of these scrolled legs is modernized by a raw display of Mango wood through their Vintage Smokehouse finish.
“I’ve always found neoclassical antiques to be the perfect foil for today’s modern furniture and art.” Corey Damen Jenkins
Neoclassic Reproduction Ethan Allen Evette Settee
Trumeau Neoclassical Wall Mirror
“To me, classic design means simple and chic–Nothing too loud or trying too hard.” Hilary Duff
I posted this bath image to Pinterest and there isn’t a week that goes by without it being repinned. The walls are the art. You don’t need anything else. Not simple but so chic.
I have not tried this idea. Sketch your wall panel design directly on the wall allowing for 1/2″w for the flexible trim. Apply the 1/2″ flexible moulding to the pencil outline. Finish accordingly.
1/2″ Width x 3/8″ Thickness x 10′ Length $29.95
DXV advertises their Classic Renaisance bath fixtures and hardware.
Shown below the St. George Soaking Tub
CR Laine – Chichester Sofa
Metrie Interior Moulding – This company offers finished moulding and trim collections to create classical symmetry and architectural details. Check out their Room Styler to assist in developing your design. Their moulding and trim is simple but this is a great starting place. “If jewelry and accessories make an outfit, then moulding and trim are the keys to making a statement in your home. In fact, beyond adding dimension and a professional finish, adding moulding and trim can actually increase the value of your home. And the return on this simple upgrade can be double or triple the initial investment.” Metrie
Michelle James Lighting combines vintage glass, jewelry elements, vintage brass elements creating beautiful fixtures for today.
Opalescent Vintage Glass
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