A Neoclassical Pavilion

In upstate New York, an 1800’s home is refurnished with elegant antiques and an airy pallet of colors to bring a vibrance that once lost in this idyll home.Screen shot 2013-01-26 at 1.00.59 PM

The new owner spared no expense adding tasteful furniture to lighten up the room. Notice the low wall set of drawers also serves as a dry bar. Also the table lamps give an old world feel allowing just the right amount of light to walk to around during the night without being to obtrusive.

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France circa 1830 chest of drawers (AZ132) France circa 1890 candlestick table lamp with a black tole shade with brass rim (AK101)


England circa 1840 pair of bronze lanterns (AK101), England circa 1840 center table in mahogany (AX37)


France circa 1870 pair of bronze tazzas (AZ177), Italy circa 1860 alabaster tazzas (AM199)
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Sometimes it’s fun to use antique pieces out of context, such as a juxtaposed element in a room. For example the use of a gueridon center table as a dining table in the middle of the kitchen creates a change in atmosphere. Even sophisticated pieces can be functional for everyday uses.


England circa 1810 gueridon center table (AT92) England circa 1900 pottery jug (AY60)

You can read the rest of the article in World Of Interiors.

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