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A classic Copenhagen apartment but with a modern twist. Photos by Birgitta Wolfgang via Bo Bedre via DustJacket Attic The post A classic but modern apartment appeared first on Daily Dream

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This wall is a great representation of rococo art on something other than clothing. The delicate design, and the way the gold is laid over the mirror, wall, and ceiling, give the appearance of a never ending wall.

Hate popcorn ceilings? So do we. Learn the best way to easily remove popcorn ceilings for a smoother look in your homeIs there anything more universally loathed than a popcorn ceiling? The eyesores, which are also known as acoustic ceilings, stucco ceilings, or worst of all, cottage cheese ceilings,

Hate popcorn ceilings? So do we. Learn the best way to easily remove popcorn ceilings for a smoother look in your homeIs there anything more universally loathed than a popcorn ceiling? The eyesores, which are also known as acoustic ceilings, stucco ceilings, or worst of all, cottage cheese ceilings,

A classic 1900’s Copenhagen apartment but with a modern twist. Photos by…

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A classic Copenhagen apartment but with a modern twist. Photos by Birgitta Wolfgang via Bo Bedre via DustJacket Attic The post A classic but modern apartment appeared first on Daily Dream

CONCIERGE: From the current issue, on sale now! As if from a fairytale, Skokloster Castle in a Swedish forest near Stockholm has remained virtually untouched for more than 300 years. It was built by Count Carl Gustaf Wrangel. Here, in the King's Hall, the deep relief stucco ceiling was completed in 1664 by Hans Zauch, a Bavarian craftsman, and the carved, painted fireplace was created by Marcus Hebel between 1660-70. The portraits are of Swedish regents. The castle is now owned by the…

CONCIERGE: From the current issue, on sale now! As if from a fairytale, Skokloster Castle in a Swedish forest near Stockholm has remained virtually untouched for more than 300 years. It was built by Count Carl Gustaf Wrangel. Here, in the King's Hall, the deep relief stucco ceiling was completed in 1664 by Hans Zauch, a Bavarian craftsman, and the carved, painted fireplace was created by Marcus Hebel between 1660-70. The portraits are of Swedish regents. The castle is now owned by the…

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Stucco ceiling Villa Necchi

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