Cathrine Wilhelmsen

Cathrine Wilhelmsen

Cathrine Wilhelmsen
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Love this bedding...BUT it is Ralph Lauren and well over $1000 for the whole set :(

Love this bedding...BUT it is Ralph Lauren and well over $1000 for the whole set :(

Room of the Day: other half of this cosy English sitting room with deep pink sofa - love the greenery - Paolo Moschino 10.30.2013

Room of the Day: other half of this cosy English sitting room with deep pink sofa - love the greenery - Paolo Moschino 10.30.2013

Bold use of such a deep colour, the use of the olive and teal cushions help break it up. Can imagine curling up next to the fire with a good book.

Bold use of such a deep colour, the use of the olive and teal cushions help break it up. Can imagine curling up next to the fire with a good book.

love the idea of a having old barnwood across the filing cabinet. Great place for Ethan

love the idea of a having old barnwood across the filing cabinet. Great place for Ethan

colour

colour

An easy DIY mud room with a bench, wall and shelf all painted the same color to look built-in

An easy DIY mud room with a bench, wall and shelf all painted the same color to look built-in

Anthropologie - Velvet Orianna Slipper Chair

Anthropologie - Velvet Orianna Slipper Chair

I remember the clear crystal knobs,and skeleton keys. We had them in a Colonial house we lived in the 60's- used to love peeking through the keyholes!!

I remember the clear crystal knobs,and skeleton keys. We had them in a Colonial house we lived in the 60's- used to love peeking through the keyholes!!

ARKETIPO Windsor, Italy. Gorgeous purple velvet.

ARKETIPO Windsor, Italy. Gorgeous purple velvet.

Chandelier at museum Nissim de Camondo, Paris 1745-1755 Ormolu trimmed with rock crystal, amethyst and smoky quartz In the shape of vase topped with a crown, this chandelier is one of the finest examples known from the mid-eighteenth century, especially valuable for the scarcity of its materials and the quality of its ormolu mount. © The Decorative Arts

Chandelier at museum Nissim de Camondo, Paris 1745-1755 Ormolu trimmed with rock crystal, amethyst and smoky quartz In the shape of vase topped with a crown, this chandelier is one of the finest examples known from the mid-eighteenth century, especially valuable for the scarcity of its materials and the quality of its ormolu mount. © The Decorative Arts