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Monthly Archives: November 2014

How Top Interior Designer Used Architectural Antiques to Achieve this…

Designer Shannon Bowers’ reimagining of a family’s lakeside home is featured in this winter’s edition of Mileu magazine.  Shannon’s imaginative repurposing of Chateau Domingue architectural antiques adds a touch of history and European charm to a home built in the … Read the rest of this entry

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reclaimed Architectural treasures by chateau domingue

A rare set of reclaimed architectural antiques from high atop a French chateau have found their way to Chateau Domingue. French architects used Pots au Feu as the crowning jewels of grande homes for the bourgeois. including the Château d’Ebblinghem … Read the rest of this entry

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19th c. Reclaimed French Tapis Tiles | Item of the week

This 19th c. Tapis boasts rows of bright and intricate stoneware tiles that originally graced the entrance floors of a Maison de Maitre in Bordeaux, France. Maison de Maitre translates to “master’s house” in French. It refers to a particular style of … Read the rest of this entry

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18th C. Reclaimed Italian Copper Lanterns | Item of the week

The monumental scale of this pair of late 18th c. Italian Copper Lanterns immediately caught our attention. Along with their impressive size, the beautiful patina of rich greens and oranges alludes to their colorful past. These antique lanterns that once … Read the rest of this entry

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How French revolution changed our Reclaimed French Monastery Statues

This pair of 18th century statues reclaimed from a Northern French monastery may bear the scars of an abrupt and traumatic shift in French culture caused by political forces outside the monastery walls. Monastic life was one of strict routine … Read the rest of this entry

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