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    • lulu

      french french french pink chair, orange velvet chair, molding...

    • Marija Jurcikaite

      Hamish Bowles’ Paris apartment, photography by François Halard for World of Interiors. [flickr] What are the names of the flowers on the left, the purple ones in a white vase thing? I like the seating, but would prefer it in different colors. I like the striped pillows. I like the ram’s head lamp and the masked bust on the ledge. I like the framed objects around the room. And of course, I love the molding and paneling. And that ceiling. Yeah, you should view the larger image. {this i

    • morgen van vorst

      ALl my favorite things, and colors, all in one room. Yes please. Hamish Bowles / Francois Halard / World of Interiors {eclectic bohemian baroque traditional modern living room} | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    • Suzanne Robinson

      Hamish Bowles' Paris apartment Pink chair

    • Marquis Yundt

      Hamish Bowles / Francois Halard / World of Interiors {eclectic bohemian baroque traditional modern living room} by recent settlers, via #interior house design #decoracao de casas #interior design #home design|

    • Metty Design

      boho interior design | an interior space where vintage furniture is collected and reassembled ...

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