Adam Bresnick
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suite-Me encanta, desde el techo, el suelo, la foto los colores negros del mueble yo creo que ya esta pasado de moda, pero aquí desde luego no estaría de acuerdo en esa apreciación.

suite-Me encanta, desde el techo, el suelo, la foto los colores negros del mueble yo creo que ya esta pasado de moda, pero aquí desde luego no estaría de acuerdo en esa apreciación.

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La decoración monocromática utiliza un solo color y sus variaciones. ¡Mira las habitaciones monocromáticas en distintos tonos que hemos seleccionado!

The beauty of a classical door. Apartment Victor Hugo by Guillaume Alan.

The beauty of a classical door. Apartment Victor Hugo by Guillaume Alan.

Mies van der Rohe. Barcelona Pavilion construction

Mies van der Rohe. Barcelona Pavilion construction

ceiling medallion wall art...cool concept when executed well

ceiling medallion wall art...cool concept when executed well

The Architects Brain

The Architects Brain

I've always felt that some of Faberge's best works were his recreations of flowers. These are bleeding hearts, crafted about 1900. Now in the Royal Collection.

I've always felt that some of Faberge's best works were his recreations of flowers. These are bleeding hearts, crafted about 1900. Now in the Royal Collection.

Fabergé firm   (Russian , 19th century) Cornflowers  1801 - 1947  Gold, enamel, diamonds, rock crystal  5.75 (height) in.  14.61 (height) cm.

Fabergé firm (Russian , 19th century) Cornflowers 1801 - 1947 Gold, enamel, diamonds, rock crystal 5.75 (height) in. 14.61 (height) cm.

Pansy  firm of Peter Carl Fabergé (Russian, 1846-1920)    Date: late 1800s - early 1900s

Pansy firm of Peter Carl Fabergé (Russian, 1846-1920) Date: late 1800s - early 1900s

Workshop of Peter Carl Faberge (1846-1920). Potted Dandelion Plant, Crystal Pot, 1870-1920. Jade, metal (gold, platinum, copper alloy), diamonds, possibly asbestos, and crystal or glass, height: 7 1/4 in. (18.4 cm). Brooklyn Museum

Workshop of Peter Carl Faberge (1846-1920). Potted Dandelion Plant, Crystal Pot, 1870-1920. Jade, metal (gold, platinum, copper alloy), diamonds, possibly asbestos, and crystal or glass, height: 7 1/4 in. (18.4 cm). Brooklyn Museum