American Empire Style Furniture

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american empire style furniture - Neo Nepal
Neo Nepal Gold / Black Empire Oriental Rug Size: Runner 2'6" x 6'
Neo Nepal Gold / Black Empire Oriental Rug Size: Runner 2'6" x 6'
INN001GO/BK2.6X6 Size: Runner 2'6" x 6' Oriental Rug with a Hand Knotted Construction Offering artistic, modern designs in gorgeous rich color palettes, the rugs in the Neo Nepal collection feature patterns that are carefully coordinated to complement today's sophisticated, contemporary decors. Each rug in the Neo Nepal collection is masterfully hand knotted in China with 100pct wool. Any of the contemporary, transitional, country / floral or novelty / theme rugs in the Neo Nepal collection will surely add a dramatic accent to your intended decor. Features: -Hand knotted in China with either pure wool or a wool and silk blend -Artistic, modern designs in gorgeous rich color palettes -Patterns carefully coordinated to complement today's contemporary decors -Available in the following sizes: 4' x 6', 6' x 9', 8' x 10', 9' x 12', Runner 2'6'' x 6, Runner 2'6'' x 8 Note: Please be aware that actual colors may vary from those shown on your screen. Accent rugs may also not show the entire pattern that the corresponding area rugs have. Additionally, rugs 8' x 10' and larger may ship Truck Freight.

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Brunswick Railroad Station, 100 South Maple Street Brunswick, MD 21716, built 1907, style: Queen Anne
Brunswick Railroad Station, 100 South Maple Street Brunswick, MD 21716, built 1907, style: Queen Anne
Brunswick is a passenger rail station on the MARC Brunswick Line between Washington, D.C. and Martinsburg, West Virginia. The station house, located at 100 South Maple Street in Brunswick, Maryland, is a former Baltimore and Ohio Railroad depot that is a contributing property to the Brunswick Historic District, which has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since August 29, 1979. Amtrak's Blue Ridge previously served the station, and have since dropped the stop from its timetables. The Brunswick station was the last station in the CSX System to have a human ticket agent. Commuters, retirees and old friends trooped through the red-shingled, Queen Anne-style station — which has stood at its current location since 1907. The original town was situated between the tracks of the B&O Railroad, and the C&O Canal. Both the B&O Railroad and the C&O canal came to the town the same year, 1834. In 1907 the B&O Railroad yards were completed, East bound and West bound to make up trains. This yard was the largest and busiest such railroad yard in the world. Today Brunswick is a city with more than 5000 residents. It is a major stop on the Maryland Rail Commuter (MARC) Train line to Washington, D.C. Many professional people reside here. The town has modern facilities for its citizens: a fire company and Ambulance service, fine schools and churches, doctors and dentists, a modern library, a new community center, several parks, fishing and boating on the Potomac River, C&O Canal towpath, many public service organizations, and a fine museum with one of the largest model train layouts on the east coast. American Queen Anne style In the United States, the so-called "Queen Anne style" is loosely used of a wide range of picturesque buildings with "free Renaissance" (non-Gothic Revival) details rather than of a specific formulaic style in its own right. "Queen Anne", as an alternative both to the French-derived Second Empire and the less "domestic" Beaux-Arts architecture, is broadly applied to architecture, furniture and decorative arts of the period 1880 to 1910; some "Queen Anne" architectural elements, such as the wraparound front porch, continued to be found into the 1920s. The Carson Mansion, located in Eureka, California, is widely considered to be one of the highest executions of American Queen Anne style. The gabled and domestically scaled, "Queen Anne" style arrived in New York City with the new housing for the New York House and School of Industry Sidney V. Stratton, architect, 1878). Distinctive features of American Queen Anne style (rooted in the English style) may include an asymmetrical facade; dominant front-facing gable, often cantilevered out beyond the plane of the wall below; overhanging eaves; round, square, or polygonal tower(s); shaped and Dutch gables; a porch covering part or all of the front facade, including the primary entrance area; a second-story porch or balconies; pedimented porches; differing wall textures, such as patterned wood shingles shaped into varying designs, including resembling fish scales, terra cotta tiles, relief panels, or wooden shingles over brickwork, etc.; dentils; classical columns; spindle work; oriel and bay windows; horizontal bands of leaded windows; monumental chimneys; painted balustrades; and wooden or slate roofs. Front gardens often had wooden fences.
Butlers Desk / Sideboard - Eastman House
Butlers Desk  /  Sideboard - Eastman House
Butlers desk / sideboard (ca, 1835) is located in the second floor hallway at the George Eastman House. It is authentic to George Eastman. Now a little bit of info: Eastman chose mahogany for most of the public rooms in his home. This mahogany butlers desk, which features crotch mahogany veneer on its center section, is typical of the American Empire style furniture favored by Eastman. It has Greek Doric columns on each side and the marquetry on the small inside drawers demonstrates a Gothic influence. There is no evidence that this desk was used by Mr. Eastman's butler; it was probably used in one of the bedrooms or sitting rooms on the second or third floor. All the solid brass hardware is reproduction and was made in England. Hepplewhite oval plate handles in the shape of lions heads adorn the desk and side drawers, and the top three drawers have matching lion-head knobs. ------ Butlers desk is a term used in the United States to describe a cupboard with three drawers in the frieze (the decorative border), a central writing drawer with a hinged front, and central and side drawers or shelves for storage. This type of desk is sometimes referred to as a butlers sideboard if the drawers on the sides are deeper. It was often the case that butlers used the drawers of these sideboards to hold personal possessions. Located at 900 East Ave in Rochester, NY.

american empire style furniture
american empire style furniture
Wallmonkeys Peel and Stick Wall Decals - Aerial View of Empire State Building and Downtown Manhanttan - 48"W x 37"H Removable Graphic
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