Pinterest

Explore French Style, Classic Style, and more!

French Style Room | Agrell Architectural Carving

Fine-tuned by 35 years of magnificent commissions for residential, public, and sacred spaces, we’re one of the world’s foremost woodcarving companies.

Agrell Architectural Carving French paneled room design example

On the day in history: June Treaty of Versailles. French woodcarving and interior decoration

wood carving acanthus - Пошук Google

Louis XIV came to the throne in 1643 and died in His reign had enormous influence on ornamentation and has greatly affected woodcarving to the present day.

INTERIEUR LOUIS XIV | Sculpture sur bois Agrell

Fine-tuned by 35 years of magnificent commissions for residential, public, and sacred spaces, we’re one of the world’s foremost woodcarving companies.

In designer Tino Zervudachi’s Paris apartment, an Adam Fuss photogram is displayed above the room’s Louis XVI bureau à cylindre, which is paired with a white Louis XVI chair. Photo: Derry Moore

12 Unforgettable Living Spaces in Paris

In designer Tino Zervudachi’s Paris apartment, an Adam Fuss photogram is displayed above the room’s Louis XVI bureau à cylindre, which is paired with a white Louis XVI chair.

French Style Room | Agrell Architectural Carving

Fine-tuned by 35 years of magnificent commissions for residential, public, and sacred spaces, we’re one of the world’s foremost woodcarving companies.

French Style Room | Agrell Architectural Carving

French Style Room | Agrell Architectural Carving

, Architectural Drawing & Design, Door, Drawing, Mirror, Pen and Ink, Pencil, Study, Sketch, Wall

, Architectural Drawing & Design, Door, Drawing, Mirror, Pen and Ink, Pencil, Study, Sketch, Wall

French Louis XV architectural element paneling painted

6 French Louis XV style Cent) white and gold painted pilaster panels panel wide, 5 panels wide) (PRICED EACH)

Original 18th Century French Architecture | Interior Design Engravings | Dining Room | Bedroom | Furniture

century French architecture & Interior design engravings by Nicolas & Dominique Pineau and most likely Monsieur Chamblin; the architects to the Louis XV and the French court. This set illustrates bedroom niches, furniture, fabrics, cabinets & mirrors.