I shall never tire of green and white.(nor ague)pve
What I find fascinating about this cabinet is that it was obviously the top section of a "deux corps" but has become the center point of the room. And it is gorgeous and perfect in its imperfect state. I love the color chosen for the interior. My great grandmother's beloved secretary bookcase would look fantastic in that pale sea green and creamy white....Huuuummmmmmm. I think I feel a project coming on--can't stand the secretary the way it is, but painted? We'll see. I have loved this series of posts--thanks, Mary
This must be a requisite tear sheet for any self respecting design devotee. I love that color. pgt
I do like that green and white but I'm not sure what to think of the whole trend of painted furniture -- reminds me of my youth when you antiqued things (olive, blue red, yellow) -- lots of good furniture got painted!
loving that nymphenburg (yes?) statue of the couple. Also interesting how all the colors are identical - so often the glazes are different shades. quite the collection!
This is beautiful! The green and white really give a calm and fresh feel...love everything about it
Did I argue? Nope.
One word: Lovely!
Mrs B-So exquisite. I've always admired his very refined sensibility.(Note to PVE--you mentioned 'ague'...and I wonder if you meant algae or something else I am swirling around in the mind. I may be missing something but the last time I read Shakespear...an ague was an ache, like a tooth ache or 'feeling the ague' meaning aches and pains. Please ellucidate...I am intrigued.)Beautiful selection here...cheers, DIANEwww.thestylesaloniste.com
no. doubt. I never tire of this. like a beautiful art composition.
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