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 Avant/Aprs 

Hello les v

Avant/Aprs Hello les voisins ! Comment a va ce matin? Pas trop dur la reprise, pour ceux qui sont rentrs ce week-end ? A l'atelier, le rveil le matin est tout de mme difficile !!! Faut reprendre le rythme petit petit ! En image, un nouvel Avant/Aprs de cette entre que vous aimez tant ! Auparavant, l'entre tait sombre, sans lumire naturelle, et donnait sur, d'un ct, un couloir qui amenait aux chambres, et de l'autre, un espace amenant au salon. Nous avons donc supprim ce couloir qui ne servait rien en optimisant l'espace, et en agrandissant le salon/cuisine sur l'entre. Nous avons amnag l'entre avec une verrire afin de laisser passer la lumire tout en fermant l'espace visuellement, puis install des meubles bas pour les chaussures/vide poche sous la verrire. De l'autre ct, nous avons conserv la console de la cliente, qui est ici mise en valeur. Ca vous plait les voisins? Belle journe a vous, et merci tellement pour tous vos compliments, vous tes adorables ! #adc #adclatelierdacote #architectedinterieur #decoratrice #decoration #amenagement #travaux #renovation #appartement #orsay #essonne #paris #leroymerlin #salon #entree #verriere #cuisine #salleamanger #ikea #avantapres #homedecor #instadecor #homesweethome #vacances #bonnejourneelesvoisins #merci

Sunny days and beachy wav

Sunny days and beachy waves- thats what summers all about! Create your perfect waves with #TousledTexturizingMist. Simply spray it in your hands and scrunch into hair for a beachy look . Click link in Bio to order! #fashion #blogger #love #weddingmakeup #color #hairandstyles #bridal #makegirlz #fashionista #hair #salon #haircolor #blendwithtrend #beauty #women #style #wedding #dekim #dugun #weddingstory #dugunfotografcisi #weddingtime #weddinginsta #dugunhikayesi #weddingmovie #bestoftheday #weddingvideo #weddingphotography #weddingphoto

Tayvanda bulunan Happy Ha

Tayvanda bulunan Happy Hair Salon 90lardan ilham alan tasarm ile ne kyor. Modernize edilmi klasik materyeller salonda dikkat ekiyor. #tayvan #salontasarim #salon #kuafr

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An extract on #salon

Beauty salon, a venue for cosmetic treatments Champagne Salon, a producer of sparkling wine Drawing room, an architectural space in a home Salon (gathering), a meeting for learning or enjoyment Salon (Paris), a regular art exhibition

French art salons and academies Salon (Paris), a prestigious annual juried art exhibition in Paris begun under Louis XIV Salon des Refuss, an exhibition showing controversial new styles held occasionally 1863 to 1886 Salon des Indpendants, a non-juried alternative salon first held in 1884 Salon d'Automne, an alternative salon including a broader variety of arts begun in 1903

In 1667, the royally sanctioned French institution of art patronage, the Acadmie royale de peinture et de sculpture (a division of the Acadmie des beaux-arts), held its first semi-public art exhibit at the Salon Carr. The Salon's original focus was the display of the work of recent graduates of the cole des Beaux-Arts, which was created by Cardinal Mazarin, chief minister of France, in 1648. Exhibition at the Salon de Paris was essential for any artist to achieve success in France for at least the next 200 years. Exhibition in the Salon marked a sign of royal favor. In 1725, the Salon was held in the Palace of the Louvre, when it became known as Salon or Salon de Paris. In 1737, the exhibitions, held from 18 August 1737 to 5 September 1737 at the Grand Salon of the Louvre, became public. They were held, at first, annually, and then biennially, in odd-numbered years. They would start on the feast day of St. Louis (25 August) and run for some weeks. Once made regular and public, the Salon's status was "never seriously in doubt" (Crow, 1987). In 1748 a jury of awarded artists was introduced. From this time forward, the influence of the Salon was undisputed.

The Salon exhibited paintings floor-to-ceiling and on every available inch of space. The jostling of artwork became the subject of many other paintings, including Pietro Antonio Martini's Salon of 1785. Printed catalogues of the Salons are primary documents for art historians. Critical descriptions of the exhibitions published in the gazettes mark the beginning of the modern occupation of art critic. The French revolution opened the exhibition to foreign artists. In the 19th century the idea of a public Salon extended to an annual government-sponsored juried exhibition of new painting and sculpture, held in large commercial halls, to which the ticket-bearing public was invited. The vernissage (varnishing) of opening night was a grand social occasion, and a crush that gave subject matter to newspaper caricaturists like Honor Daumier. Charles Baudelaire, Denis Diderot and others wrote reviews of the Salons. The 1848 revolution liberalized the Salon. The amount of refused works was greatly reduced. In 1849 medals were introduced.

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