belgian black marble


🇫🇷 Carolands architect, Frenchmen Ernest-Paul Sanson, designed this stately 80 foot long Foyer/Entrance Hall with graceful arches, ornamental niches, Huateville & black Belgian marble floors and four sets of French windows that flood the Rez-de-Chaussée with natural light. The interior walls are of “stuc-pierre” -a technique of granulated French limestone & gypsum mixed into the plaster to look and feel like stone.

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🇫🇷 Vivé-La-France 🇫🇷