Faux Bois

Faux Bois “false wood” has its roots in the Renaissance as part of  trompe-l’œil. It became more widely popular as a craft in the late nineteenth century in both public and residential applications and still plays well with all decors. I think it looks especially great in modern settings.

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Faux Bois Table, Chairish
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Faux Bois Table, Art Bronze
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Faux Bois Mirror, Sirmos
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Faux Bois Lamps, Sirmos

 

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