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WO AND WÉ

WO AND WÉ

Ard Bia restaurant, Galway, Ireland

It Takes a Village: An Eclectic Irish Restaurant in Galway Gets a Refresh

4 Tendencias en deco para este otoño

4 Tendencias en deco para este otoño

最新トレンド,工業用スタイル,壁紙パターン,トロピカル,屋内,飾るアイデア,新鮮,壁紙,傾向

La Post Street - AD España, © La Post Street

Postal AD: Murcia

La Post Street - AD España, © La Post Street

When Natalie and Alan Papier began looking for a new home for their family, the diverse and welcoming Oak Park neighborhood just outside of Chicago, IL stole their hearts. The area boasts a wonderful mix of architecture, from numerous Frank Lloyd Wright houses to 19th-century Victorian homes. With an active arts community, easy access to the city and a charming downtown area, the couple couldn’t think of a better place to settle down. It was eventually a charming Victorian in the Pleasant…

When Natalie and Alan Papier began looking for a new home for their family, the diverse and welcoming Oak Park neighborhood just outside of Chicago, IL stole their hearts. The area boasts a wonderful mix of architecture, from numerous Frank Lloyd Wright houses to 19th-century Victorian homes. With an active arts community, easy access to the city and a charming downtown area, the couple couldn’t think of a better place to settle down. It was eventually a charming Victorian in the Pleasant…

La casa de Heidi Yardley - Planta baja multifuncional | Galería de fotos 2 de 23 | AD

La casa de Heidi Yardley - Planta baja multifuncional | Galería de fotos 2 de 23 | AD

Cezanne’s studio in Aix-en-Provence, France Cezanne, like many artists, built a “window wall” on the north side of his studio to take advantage of the diffused north light. The studio walls, which originally were white but interfered with the light, Cezanne painted the perfect shade of grey. He also had wooden floors he left unpolished so they wouldn’t reflect the sunlight."

Cezanne’s studio in Aix-en-Provence, France Cezanne, like many artists, built a “window wall” on the north side of his studio to take advantage of the diffused north light. The studio walls, which originally were white but interfered with the light, Cezanne painted the perfect shade of grey. He also had wooden floors he left unpolished so they wouldn’t reflect the sunlight."

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