boiserie


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boiserie

(ˈbwɑːzərɪ)
n
finely-sculptured wood panelling or wainscoating, particularly in 18th-century French architecture
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Il a ete squatte par une societe de boiserie de la place.
In the apartment-like guestrooms, for example, the high boiserie was inspired by old bars that dotted the city, updated with bold tones ("I'm not afraid of colors," she says).
Les visiteurs ont decouvert les œuvres de broderie, de tapisserie, de boiserie et autres bijoux traditionnels.
Not to be outdone, Galerie Steinitz is transporting an entire boiserie made in Paris between 1710 and 1720, which once graced the Rothschild-Sassoon residence in London's Park Lane.
Par contraste, la maison de Lucie Bertin nous apparait pauvre "le plancher disjoint, le papier en lambeaux, la boiserie vermoulue et trouee" (32), la tenture est en "haillon" (132) mais il est mentionne que "l'ordre et la proprete luttaient contre ces ruines" (32).
The overtone of the apartment was the boiserie paneled room, which has been transferred and incorporated into the French Collection of the Leventis Art Gallery.
It was probably Spanish Manila's largest room--magnificently proportioned with gilded boiserie, heavy drapes, a giant chandelier and wall lights, clerestory windows, black-and-white marble floor.
Contractor address : 3/5 rue de la Boiserie, ZA de la Justice
HANGING ABOVE MY BED IS AN ANTIQUE FRENCH BOISERIE PANEL with an oil painting of cherubs within an oval frame surrounded by intricately carved bows and floral garlands.