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Refúgio do século 16 mescla aço corten e paredes de pedra

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A portrait of the princesse de Lamballe which is currently being displayed at the Grand Trianon for the Ladies of the Trianon exhibit. Photo by elsie esq. on Flickr

old door in portuguese Manueline style (16th century) by Virco PT, via 500px

This Room is Perfect Inspiration for The current project: Love the architectural details, which make this Look like an authentic northern 18th Century lets say Hunting lodge- despite The fact that it is a new- built Home: The scale and height of The windows- perfection. simple oak plank flooring- ditto. clean Louis XVI fireplace. Elegant. Spare furnishings also very northern, Swedish, calming. Photo By @milieumag . @horschinteriors #keepitsimple #gustaviansk #swedish #flemishgustavian

The formal living room is an exercise in both elegance and femininity with a mix of antiques and streamlined furnishings. The Louis XVI carved console, Baker striped sofa and 19th-century French trumeau imbue a sense of history, while the Anastasia Bench stools by Hickory Chair and painted ceiling (Rhine River by Benjamin Moore) add understated glamour.

Turn of the Century French Louis XVI Style Etched Glass & Stripped Pine Door

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Bonhams Two pairs of Louis XVI pine doors within door surrounds

Silver boudoir of Marie Antoinette decorated by the Rousseau brothers in 1786 at Fontainebleau

A Manueline (a portuguese only architecture style, inspired by the Discoveries, XVI century) window in Évora, Portugal