CRAFTSMAN STYLE FLOOR LAMPS. CRAFTSMAN STYLE

CRAFTSMAN STYLE FLOOR LAMPS. FINISHING HARDWOOD FLOOR. FLOOR MATTRESS

Craftsman Style Floor Lamps


craftsman style floor lamps
    craftsman style
  • The American Craftsman Style, or the American Arts and Crafts Movement, is an American domestic architectural, interior design, landscape design, applied arts, and the decorative arts style and lifestyle philosophy that began in the last years of the 19th century.
    floor lamps
  • (Floor lamp) A torchiere (tour-she-AIR or tour-SHARE), or torch lamp, is a lamp with a tall stand of wood or metal. Originally, torchieres were candelabra, usually with two or three lights.
  • A tall lamp designed to stand on the floor
  • (floor lamp) a lamp that stands on the floor
  • (FLOOR LAMP) A floor lamp comprises a stand that supports the bulb holder and bulb, which is shaded to distribute light.  Like table lamps, floor lamps cast a warm, ambient, cozy glow, and are also good for delivering local light to a couch or chair.
craftsman style floor lamps - Tiffany-style Mission
Tiffany-style Mission Reading Floor Lamp
Tiffany-style Mission Reading Floor Lamp
Tiffany-style Mission-style Reading Floor Lamp handcrafted using methods first developed by Louis Comfort Tiffany Shade contains pieces of stained glass, each hand-cut and wrapped in fine copper foil. Classic mission styling in a rich amber hue. Convenient adjustable head design. Cast metal base with an elegant bronzetone finish. Requires one 75-watt bulb (not included). Measures 58 inches tall x 10 inches in diameter at the shade. Note: Shade colors will appear darker and less vibrant when not illuminated.

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Belfast
Belfast
Originally opened by Felix O'Hanlon and known as The Railway Tavern, the pub was then bought by Michael Flanagan. It was Flanagan's son Patrick, however, who renamed and renovated the pub in 1885. The Crown owes its elaborate tiling, stained glass and woodwork to the Italian craftsmen whom Flanagan persuaded to work on the pub after hours. These craftsmen were brought to Ireland to work on the many new churches being built in Belfast at the time. It was this high standard of work that gave The Crown the reputation of being one of the finest Victorian Gin Palaces of its time. The exterior is decorated in polychromatic tiles. This includes a mosaic of a Crown on the floor of the entrance. Local legend tells that the pub's Catholic owner argued with his Protestant wife over the name of the pub. His wife won and it was named The Crown, signifying an allegiance to the British Royal Family. The husband exacted his revenge by building the crown mosaic so that his patrons would step on it as they entered. The interior is also decorated with complex mosaics of tiles. The red granite topped bar is of an altar style, with a heated footrest underneath and is lit by gas lamps on the highly decorative carved ceilings. The most famous features of The Crown are its ten booths, or Snugs. Built to accommodate the pub's more reserved customers during the austere Victorian period, the snugs feature the original gun metal plates for striking matches and an antique bell system for alerting staff. More privacy was afforded by the pub's etched and stained glass windows which feature painted shells, fairies, pineapples, fleurs-de-lis and clowns.
The Crown Liquor Saloon
The Crown Liquor Saloon
A beautiful pub! I didn't end up having a drink here because it was totally packed out on the Friday evening. From Wikipedia: The Crown owes its elaborate tiling, stained glass and woodwork to the Italian craftsmen whom Flanagan persuaded to work on the pub after hours. These craftsmen were brought to Ireland to work on the many new churches being built in Belfast at the time. It was this high standard of work that gave the Crown the reputation of being one of the finest Victorian Gin Palaces of its time. The exterior is decorated in polychromatic tiles. This includes a mosaic of a Crown on the floor of the entrance. The interior is also decorated with complex mosaics of tiles. The red granite topped bar is of an altar style, with a heated footrest underneath and is lit by gas lamps on the highly decorative carved ceilings. The Crown has ten booths, or snugs. Built to accommodate the pub's more reserved customers during the austere Victorian period, the snugs feature the original gun metal plates for striking matches and an antique bell system for alerting staff. Extra privacy was then afforded by the pub's etched and stained glass windows which feature painted shells, fairies, pineapples, fleurs-de-lis and clowns.

craftsman style floor lamps
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