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Photo of French Boiserie Plaster from European Antique Market
French grays and blues, wintery whites, the
colors dreams are made of.

Grab your cashmere throw and voyage with me
to Scania, Sweden, the southern most province
on the Baltic Sea.

We'll visit the renovated home of
Barbo Grandelius (Antiquarian and Decoratrice)
and her husband Göran Peterson.

Furnished with Gustavian and French antiques.

Their love affair with antiques began when
Göran purchased a Rococo canape several
years ago at auction.

That led to moving from the heart of Sweden
to an area rich with antiquities. Now they
are living in their heart :)


Bitten by Vermoulu, the woodworm they were..
and his venom is contagious!
Who could possibly stop with just one piece?
Just ask my friend, Theresa Smith from

Then of course, you need a beautiful backdrop
that lets the pieces breathe. What is more
wonderful than plaster patinaed walls?

The transparency of antique glass just adds
to the ambiance.

The signature of practicality is always present in
European Country interiors.

Along with touches of formality in unexpected
places.
Architectural fragments add so much
character to a space, don't you think?Old plank floors to die for! If you want to seemore fabulous floors, check out Ness's beforeand after shots of her home on her blog


A little black always classes things up a bit.

I love this linen shade with the botanicals.
Barbo's photos via Casa magazine
I want 12 inch windowsills to display myStaffordshire dogs!!!
Quite the place huh?Well, if you like the color scheme and
French antiques we would be glad tohelp you start your collection!The following photos are from.
We have a large selection of white porcelain andpottery. All these pieces are antiques and date
from 19th to early 20th century.Top left souperie/tureen is Sarreguemines faience.
Top right, daisy knob, no mark, stilt marksvisible on lid and bottom.
Middle left, no markings, pottery, unglazed bottom.Middle right, Choisy-le-Roi porcelain.
Bottom right, oval fish plattersBottom right, Limoges whiteware bowls.
We also have a large selection of vegetablebowls (all whiteware).Do you like French Iron Chandeliers?
A Louis XVI style, original painted armoirefrom early 1900's perhaps, or a French countrycupboard?

Garden pieces, zinc, trumeaus and accessoriesto help you achieve the look.

"Furnishings from European country villas,history steeped estates, and pied-a-terres are inspiration sources for the next wave of high end seating and accent solutions".Quoted from this months Design & Decormagazine.
Louis XV style buffet deux corp, (a buffet oftwo bodies). Late 1800's. These pieces are
wonderful in any room of the house.
Toleware, clock faces, needlepoint tapestries,and statuary are scattered about our store.
And no French maison is sans bust!
We have lots of bergeres (enclosed arms), fauteuils (open arms), and
chaises (no arms), waiting for your fabric choices and FYI, if you are in
need of a reasonable, excellent upholsterer, we've got your man!
Didn't aim to get carried away here, but Vermoulu bit me long ago.


3 comments:

  1. Jesus Cordeiro

    Adorei estes posts, espelha o excelente bom gosto da sua autora. Parabéns !!!!

     
  2. BoDy anD SouL

    A menina e uma querida, jamais me posso igualar ao seu bom gosto. Estes postes e somente para guardar ideias e inspiracoes para a minha casa, no futuro os post talvez levem uma leve mudanca de direcao.
    Beijinho

     
  3. Country French Antiques

    Just want to make sure your readers know these items can be purchased at
    http://euroantiquemarket.blogspot.com

     

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