Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by mafoofan, Jul 5, 2013.
You mean class at arm's length!
A decorator? Why? I can ConTrad-ify your house for you in a snap. All I ask in return is a taste of class--perhaps a minute or two in your oak-paneled study with a glass of scotch at arm's length.
Whatever you do, if you enjoy the results....dont post them.
I think you mean mahogany, but you'd know that, because your an expert in all things related to architecture.
Is mahogany classier?
Are you having an episode?
No. It was a serious question.
No, it would just be more typical for it to be
OK, in that case.
Mahogany would just be more common for a house built by the wealthy in the 18th century, his house looked really old. Thomas Chippendale, the london cabinet maker, used Mahogany specifically.
Stained oak was more common to the arts and crafts movement in America, often stained or at least finished in a dark shellac.
Soap finished white oak floors and likely wall panels are more common to the Scandinavian countries from the mid-century on.
So . . . mahogany is classier?
Shame on me for thinking you were being serious.
Shame on you for thinking there's a serious way of construing a question about classiness.
Also, I figured if your going to go on being ridiculous you may as well have the right information.
Here ya go, I'll quote you so that you can have the last word:
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