There are 3 examples of beds in the Jean Lahor book:
There are plenty of other types of Nouveau furniture out there though, and I think for your particular project you'd gather more inspiration from them than other beds out there since you're doing something "lofty," so to speak.
Some of the last batch of books that recently found their way to me (haven't yet dived into most of them though.):
Basilisk by N.M. Browne
Evening's Empire by David Herter
Great Adaptations: Making Older Buildings Into Dynamic Homes for Today by Jill Herbers
Great Houses on a...
My two favorite books on the subject (and they do make good companion books):
By Joan Lahor
Art Nouveau: Utopia: Reconciling the Irreconcilable (Taschen's 25th Anniversary Special Edition)
by Klaus-Jurgen Sembach
Here is one I saw in...
While not a vintage example by any means, I have always felt that the musical score by Basil Pouldouris for the Conan movies made those films far more watchable than they would have been without his score. I wrote many a paper in college while listening to those soundtracks in particular, as...
Yeah, Harry has taken the place of the "dark passenger" from the Dexter novels. (though he did use the phrase 'dark passenger' this season) I expect the series to even deviate further from the novels as it goes on, as the last novel took on more of a supernatural tone. Though, one...
I've been on a UK comedy binge with the works of Matt Berry, Rich Fulcher, Noel Fielding, Julian Barratt, and Richard Ayoade for the holidays.
So far I've gone through Snuff Box, Garth Marenghi's Darkplace, AD/BC: A Rock Opera, The IT Crowd (yay new episode today), and The Mighty Boosh...
Personally, I'm still hoping James Nesbitt gets the role. He would make a awesome Doctor.
If you haven't seen James Nesbitt's work before, check out these two scenes from Jekyll (Also by Steven Moffat):