Beaux Arts Paris home of fashion and interior designer Rose Anne de Pampelonne - ELLE DECOR

A Family Home Restored

Beaux Arts Paris home of fashion and interior designer Rose Anne de Pampelonne - ELLE DECOR

How to Make Your Own Frugal (DIY) Pergo Laminate Floor Cleaner

How to Make DIY Pergo Laminate Floor Cleaner

How to Make Your Own Frugal (DIY) Pergo Laminate Floor Cleaner

BOISERIE & C. http://boiseriec.blogspot.com/search?updated-max=2013-03-31T15:21:00-07:00&max-results=7&start=11&by-date=false

BOISERIE & C. http://boiseriec.blogspot.com/search?updated-max=2013-03-31T15:21:00-07:00&max-results=7&start=11&by-date=false

Why the false silk quilt still exists in the market? The huge profits and lack of standards are the greatest incentive reason.

Why the false silk quilt still exists in the market? The huge profits and lack of standards are the greatest incentive reason.

Pure silk fabric for false curtain

Pure silk fabric for false curtain

True or False: President Obama changed the decor in the White House from a red, white, and blue color scheme to a "Middle Eastern" one with a "Muslim prayer curtain." --FALSE. There is no such thing as a "Muslim prayer curtain," and the patterned drapes shown behind President Obama bear no "Arabic symbols." They're simply gold silk lampas curtains that have adorned a wall in the East Room of the White House through several presidential administrations. See? Even behind GW.Bush.

True or False: President Obama changed the decor in the White House from a red, white, and blue color scheme to a "Middle Eastern" one with a "Muslim prayer curtain." --FALSE. There is no such thing as a "Muslim prayer curtain," and the patterned drapes shown behind President Obama bear no "Arabic symbols." They're simply gold silk lampas curtains that have adorned a wall in the East Room of the White House through several presidential administrations. See? Even behind GW.Bush.

❥ Global leaders wearing Vietnamese "ao dai" silk tunics at 2006 APEC summit in Hanoi, Vietnam~ note how the symbol on the tunic looks very much like the Grand Lodge Freemason's symbol…  the 'G' in a compass. How weird is that…? Not so much… ;)

❥ Global leaders wearing Vietnamese "ao dai" silk tunics at 2006 APEC summit in Hanoi, Vietnam~ note how the symbol on the tunic looks very much like the Grand Lodge Freemason's symbol… the 'G' in a compass. How weird is that…? Not so much… ;)

SomeWear In Time - Original Designs  Part 1 - Burgundy Velveteen Outfit  Lined, Boned Burgundy Velveteen Jacket with vest front, short peplum v-neck and bell sleeves. Metal buttons adorn a false hook-and-eye front.  Woven homespun cotton cartridge pleated skirt of burgundy and oatmeal plaid.  White batiste tucker with buttons and black jet brooch - matching batiste undersleeves.  Matching Godey Bonnet has white silk ruched lining, black taffeta "curtain", and black grosgrain tie.  $650…

SomeWear In Time - Original Designs Part 1 - Burgundy Velveteen Outfit Lined, Boned Burgundy Velveteen Jacket with vest front, short peplum v-neck and bell sleeves. Metal buttons adorn a false hook-and-eye front. Woven homespun cotton cartridge pleated skirt of burgundy and oatmeal plaid. White batiste tucker with buttons and black jet brooch - matching batiste undersleeves. Matching Godey Bonnet has white silk ruched lining, black taffeta "curtain", and black grosgrain tie. $650…

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