History of Furniture

As you all know... I'm an Interior Design Graduate Student, which means that I get to take tests. And write papers. And take awesome notes. So, I thought I'd do a little bit of an inspired-by-class post and show a few spaces using traditional French, English, and Modern period pieces that I'm currently learning about. Images via Pinterest.










See? Aren't they amazing? I totally love them all! If I could afford some of these pieces, I would snap them up in a second. They easily add character to a space and make you look at the details a bit harder than you would with a normal piece of furniture. 


6 comments:

Anna@Directions Not Included said...

Beautiful spaces! At least your graduate work is pretty to look at. I can't say the same on my accounting and finance books ;)

Ms. Givens said...

Oh my, that green sofa is tooooo wonderful!

Inspire Me Heather said...

They are all gorgeous! It must be so fun to learn about it all too - lucky you!

drollgirl said...

the first and last rooms are my favorites. i would live (or die?) happily in them! :)

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Yara Simón said...

Love. I can't wait to have a grown up living space. I hope it comes out as awesome as I picture it.

 

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