Hanover House LTD. – Cincinnati's Resource for Period Antiques and Fine Interior Design
Hanover House Ltd, formerly Federation Antiques, is Cincinnati's oldest retail antiques establishment. We offer a full line of period furniture (made before 1840, with rare exceptions), concentrating largely on English and American examples, and a comprehensive selection of complementary accessories, ceramics and fine art.
Large picture frame shabby chic vintage pink gold romantic wall home decor Anita Spero
Large picture frame shabby chic vintage pink gold romantic wall home decor Anita Spero This is a reworked/recycled vintage piece I painted this frame in a custom mix pink and accented with gold. Very ornate and pretty. This would look amazing as an empty frame on the wall as part of your decor, or add a large art piece to it. Vintage Hollywood Regency frame (composite) 21.5" by 36.5", inside 29 1/2" by 14" Find out more about me, and where you can ask me anything . Go to: "about" or…
Decorating With Antique Crystal Sconces
We all know that a sure bet for creating French flair in your home is the addition of a crystal chandelier. Crystal sconces are another important element that can add a tremendous amount of style and European charm to your interiors. The great thing about crystal sconces is that they fit everywhere. It's amazing how a very small item can make such a big statement in every room in your home, from the powder room, to the dining room, to the bedroom. Classic sconces dripping with crystals…
An Elegant Pair Of Rock Crystal and Gilt 2 Arm Wall Sconces In The Style Of Bagues
A Set Of 4 Is Available Of These Fine Quality Bagues Style Gilt Metal & Rock Crystal 2 Arm Sconces. Available For $5,750. Per Pair
All About Tole: Chandeliers, Lamps, Sconces & Tables
Do you ever find yourself drawn to something and can’t quite explain why? I would characterize my style as pretty much the opposite of ‘shabby chic’, but for some reason, I just can’t get enough of tole. What is tole, anyway? I will confess my (erstwhile) ignorance and admit that the first time I saw the world tole I thought it was a misspelling of ‘toile’.