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Walls, floor, lighting of room 2 with furniture of room 1  Modern or Victorian? Which is your style?

Walls, floor, lighting of room 2 with furniture of room 1 Modern or Victorian? Which is your style?

Positive and negative space appear in every room. A "filled" space is referred to as positive and would include elements such as furniture or architectural features, including built-in bookcases & fireplaces. Negative space is any area of a room that does not include architectural elements or furniture that can create traffic flow. A floor is considered negative space. A balance between positive & negative space must be established within a room to allow the area to be livable & create…

Positive and negative space appear in every room. A "filled" space is referred to as positive and would include elements such as furniture or architectural features, including built-in bookcases & fireplaces. Negative space is any area of a room that does not include architectural elements or furniture that can create traffic flow. A floor is considered negative space. A balance between positive & negative space must be established within a room to allow the area to be livable & create…

There is an old saying, "God is in the details".  If that is true then Wadia Associates  has been truly blessed.  In doing what I do I come...

There is an old saying, "God is in the details". If that is true then Wadia Associates has been truly blessed. In doing what I do I come...

The circa-1810 Gothic Saloon at Birr Castle, the ancestral home of the Parsons family in Ireland's County Offaly, is also known as the Music Room, thanks to the fine acoustics that make it ideal for concerts. The flocked wallpaper dates from the 19th century, as do the curtains; the leather screen is 18th-century Dutch, and the large set of circa-1730 painted chairs may be Venetian or Maltese.

Ireland’s Historic Birr Castle Receives a Chic Makeover

The circa-1810 Gothic Saloon at Birr Castle, the ancestral home of the Parsons family in Ireland's County Offaly, is also known as the Music Room, thanks to the fine acoustics that make it ideal for concerts. The flocked wallpaper dates from the 19th century, as do the curtains; the leather screen is 18th-century Dutch, and the large set of circa-1730 painted chairs may be Venetian or Maltese.

Renovated Mid-Century Modern in Indian Wells

Renovated Mid-Century Modern in Indian Wells

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