-Pier glass made by Thomas Chippendale early 1700's in the State Bedroom at Nostell Priory, West Yorkshire.

The natural history of the pagoda

Chinoiserie pier glass by Chippendale, with matching japanned commode below, in the State Bedroom at Nostell Priory. ©National Trust Images/Andreas von Einsiedel in powder room

Carved wood Chinoiserie door surround at Claydon, in England | via Carolyne Roehm

The incredible pagoda doorway in the Chinese Room at Claydon House ~ design by John Fowler. The ballroom scene in Emma, was filmed at Claydon House. c, designed by Luke Lightfoot-John Fowler worked on room in the and again in

The Enchanted Home: Crazy for Chinoiserie and we have a winner!

hand painted wallpaper :: chinoiserie wallpaper :: silk wallpaper :: chinese wallpaper :: hand painted silk wallpaper :: hand painted chinese wallpaper :: bespoke wallpaper and custom service

Antique French Louis XVI Style ~ so Neoclassical...

♜ Shabby Castle Chic ♜ rich and gorgeous home decor - console table

The Enduring Power of Blue at High Point Market, Spring 2014. Blue is a staple at Bungalow 5 and here showed off their new mirrored console optimally.

The Enduring Power of Blue at High Point Market

The Enduring Power of Blue at High Point Market, Spring Blue is a staple at Bungalow 5 and here showed off their new mirrored console optimally.

Chinoiserie Mirror, this looks like it came  off the walls of Brighton Pavilion (or a good reproduction!).

Mirror Thomas Johnson Carved and gilded wood Chinoiserie Mirror - Museum Chinoiserie Mirror

The Architecturalist.....I love looking through mirrors in a row and the infinite passage way they form- it is like entering a black hole or the singularity looking inwards....AJ

The Architecturalist.I love looking through mirrors in a row and the infinite passage way they form- it is like entering a black hole or the singularity looking inwards.

This mirror, like the walls of Rococo style interiors, is adorned with intricate gold shapes that convey sophistication.

Mirrors

Intricate gold shapes that convey sophistication. Display of wealth (mirror was very expensive and fashionable.

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