Atlanta Entry Hall:
Neoclassical pedestals support painted and gilded decorative vases from Jean Lamour, preeminent 18th century iron worker and designer.
Vases from the gates of Place Stanislas in Nancy, France.
Atlanta Dining Room:
A dining room decor inspired by the Regence style with mirrored surfaces, red Chinese lacquer with gold decoration and peacock-blue wood paneling. A set of Louis XV style dining chairs with an exquisite gold leaf finish, hand embroidery and custom-made trims.
A pair of fine Louis XV armchairs from Pierre Remy.
He was a one among the most famous chair maker in Paris and became master in 1750.
The Salon features Louis XV style paneling by Féau & Cie, painted by Atelier Mériguet, both in Paris.
Atlanta Guest Bedroom:
A classical Louis XVI style bed. Solid Beechwood frame, hand-made carving, patinated painting with pigments, traditional upholstering and custom trim to match the fabric.
Comfort and dimensions of today meeting 18th century style.
Atlanta Master Bedroom:
A carved and gilded Louis XVI bed in the manner of an original from Museum Borely in Marseille (France)
Atlanta Dining Loggia:
A set of Art Deco wrought iron chairs and table base surrounds a Scagliola table top inspired by an original pietra dura table at Palazzo Pitti.
Scagliola is a technique for producing stucco columns, sculptures, and other architectural elements that resemble inlays in marble and semi-precious stones. The Scagliola technique came into fashion in 17th-century Tuscany as an effective substitute for costly marble inlays, the pietra dura works created for the Medici family in Florence.
A set of classical lanterns and brackets to light the façade of this hotel particulier.
In French contexts, an hotel particulier is a townhouse of a grand sort. The term is comparable to the townhouse which housed the British nobleman in London.
Gilded Art Deco style dining chairs. Model created from an unsigned drawing from our archives. Designer could be Jean Pascaud, Jean-Charles Moreux, Raymond Subes or Rene Drouet?