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Painted wooden door with art deco-style window above by Aaron Gustafson, via Flickr

Prefab Treehouses - A collaborative effort between “an architect, a landscape architect, an arbologist, and a craftsman”, German company Baumraum design natural, modern treehouses. Built predominantly with larch and Douglas pine, the pieces are prefabricated and then brought together on site.

Grey simple trim, pretty floor color, industrial feel but it doesn't feel like I could live here so something is off...not cozy

Rockridge Craftsman interior remodel-love the recess design!

Gorgeous French farmhouse… but I'd like it in the city unless it was a summer retreat or something :)

While "Art Nouveau" may be too fussy for some, I think everyone can appreciate the amazing craftsmanship in the details. Notice the fireplace surround, plaster wall and ceiling details, inlaid floor, bookcases, fireplace screen, etc. Definitely custom and not a straight line in sight. Beautiful and truly one-of-a-kind!

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amazing Art Nouveau tile & painting work, entrance, entrance hall, entry, entryway, entry way, foyer, front hall, front door, hall, hallway, stair hall, hallway, stairwell, staircase, stairs, interior design, #interiors, #home, #decorate

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Art Nouveau interior design

Art Nouveau Style House Villa Liberty Moscow, Russia,Art Nouveau Style House, Art Nouveau interior Design | JV

Maxwell cites Frank Lloyd Wright as one of his greatest inspirations. "I believe in bringing the outside in," says Maxwell. "The exterior plays a major role in the interior design, flow and color choices. I consider it all an integrated visual experience

Beautiful Art Deco Interior Design

DOESN'T this entry door LEAVE you speechless? Heavenly Homes today is all about 1920′s Art Deco Interior Design. Art Deco is an artistic and decadent style that began in the 1920′s in Paris – it influenced everything throughout the 20′s and 30′s, from fashion and interior design to architecture and art.