Friday, July 24, 2009

Domino Archive: 18th Century Style











From the Domino Deco Files — pretty interiors inspired by the spirit of the 18th century, that are as feminine as Marie Antoinette herself.

11 comments :

Tiina of LiviaConcept said...

so very beautiful images. i'd love to dine in the white dining area! also the paintings and pink chairs and pillows in pic 3 are divine. everything is just lovely in these images! have a lovely weekend!
Tiina
liviaconcepts.blogspot.com

Teri said...

This must have taken you forever to find all these pictures, they all seem to go together! Such soothing rooms, each one of them! As soon as I saw Domino in the title I knew this would be good. Thank you for posting!

FROM THE RIGHT BANK said...

Will I ever stop missing Domino? I think not. *Sigh.*

Gaboushka said...

Gorgeous! Thanks for adding me to your blog list!
Happy Weekend!

Maria-Thérèse said...

I'm a sucker for these pastel combinations!! Not so much for the white but ahhh, the green, the pale colours...

Nice blog!!!

♥ art photography + gorgeous stationery www.afiori.com

meena meena said...

doesnt it seem a little bit like the legs on the 2nd chartreuse sofa's picture are higher up than normal? i like that. and if im wrong, i still like that couch.

Taryn said...

The mirrored panels w/ circles, wow! I'm starting my search now. Beautiful posts, as usual.

Daniel said...

Nice post. May I ask where you got the first photo? Love the icy blue/green walls. Thanks.

automatism said...

Thanks, all! Daniel — all these images are from the now defunct Domino's online file sharing called the Deco Files, which allowed Domino readers to save and share favourite images. Unfortunately many of these weren't labeled, so I don't know the source of the first image. Sorry I can't help — anyone else know?

Daniel said...

No worries. It was just such a beautiful shot that I wanted to go the source and see if there was more great stuff there. BTW, the third shot down is from www.ludwiginteriordesign.com which is the site of a French classical design firm. Anyone into the 18th Century aesthetic will appreciate their work very much.

automatism said...

Thanks so much for the info, Daniel — that's great!

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