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Global Gallery 'An Arab in a Palace Interior' by Rudolf Ernst Framed Painting Print Size:

Global Gallery 'An Arab In a Palace Interior' by Rudolf Ernst Framed Photographic Print Size:

Buckingham Palace Interior, London, England. My nephew and I visited in 2010.  The staterooms are only open to visit in July & August when the Queen is residing at Balmoral in Scotland.

Definitely NOT low-key: Royal Wedding guests to sample best of British food in 19 splendid rooms

Royal Wedding: Palace officials release pictures of the 19 state rooms in Buckingham Palace where the Queen will host the reception for Prince William and Kate Middleton

In this Melbourne bathroom, a Moroccan inspired Schumacher wallpaper called Nasrid Palac Mosaic in Mica from Grant Dorman Interior Products tricks the eye into thinking it’s resting on tiles. “It’s a hand-painted paper in black, white, gold and silver that ties the room together beautifully,” says interior designer Teresa Kleeman of Embracing Space. The mirror is a masterful match for it. *Photograph by Tahnee Jade.*

In this Melbourne bathroom, a Moroccan inspired Schumacher wallpaper called Nasrid Palac Mosaic

New Fantasy Imported Fresh From The Other Worldthefabulousweirdtrotters: Interior production still for the… Via 亗 Dr. Emporio Efikz 亗 thefabulousweirdtrotters:  Interior production still for the film Pleasure Crazed circa 1929

Wonderful circular art deco interior doorway with decorative ironwork feature.

Taken directly from the pattern originally found in Queen Charlotte’s Boudoir at Kew Palace, this decorative little border can be utilised in a variety of ways to enhance any interior. These borders are not intended to coordinate directly with the Queens Key wallpaper, rather they complement several other designs found within this collection. Shown here in deep green and black. Pattern repeat is 10cm.  Please request a sample for a true colour match. This is a paste the wall product…

Taken directly from the pattern originally found in Queen Charlotte’s Boudoir at Kew Palace, this decorative little border can be utilised in a variety of ways to enhance any interior. These borders are not intended to coordinate directly with the Queens Key wallpaper, rather they complement several other designs found within this collection. Shown here in deep green and black. Pattern repeat is 10cm. Please request a sample for a true colour match. This is a paste the wall product…

Dior celebrity dresses 2014,celebrity dress 2015

Dior Couture - photo Patrick Demarchelier - at Versailles. pinning for Versailles, not the dress :)

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