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Very pretty, I can see this used in so many places through a home. And I love these colors.(bh)

artdecoandartnouveau: Paul Iribe - Paris, circa 1912 Built in mahogany and tulip interior light mahogany, top slate cladding green tinted green, ebony buttons, ebony base and carved garlands. (via Dona - Page

Paul Iribe and Clement Rousseau   Ebony commode 1910’s   Christie’s   Art Deco

Art Deco commode - - Design by Paul Iribe, and Clement Rousseau - Ebony commode - Christie's - Art Deco Furniture (=)

Art Nouveau - Hotel Hannon - Bruxelles - Serre 'Jardin d'hiver':

Art Nouveau: was an attempt by artists to develop a style with no roots of the early artistic forms. It was used a lot during the bustle period in architecture, fashion designs and paintings.

A pixie  hollow Lamp?

Art Nouveau Lamp ~ so beautiful! Wish I had one for my home. I have not really much liked art nouveau but this is just lovely! The Tree of Light Flowers from Italy

Commode by Paul Aribe - French c.1912                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Paul-Iribe-Commode - A delightful commode, laquered in celadon green, is a pared down version of an intimate piece of furniture conceived during the reign of Louix XV and his mistress. Its stylized sunburst motif is one of Art Deco’s most favoured.

French, century, of silvered metal, the standard of organic form surmounted by a shade composed of glass tubing and faceted beads, enhanced by four amethyst pendants hung with silvered tubing.

Entryway in Brussels. http://dontbeafraidoftomorrow.tumblr.com/post/35047380974

amazing Art Nouveau tile & painting work entrance entrance hall entry entryway entry way foyer front hall front door hall hallway stair hall hallway stairwell staircase stairs interior design

This would be a lesson to anyone with children or pets that "we can't have nice things," but it certainly is pretty.

gorgeous wrought iron gate designed Emile Robert Museum - Would LOVE this somwhere in my home! Maybe for the doors to my closet!