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Dr. Oliver Bronson House, Hudson, New York, built 1812 in Federal style for Samuel Plumb, the house and grounds were reworked 1839-1849 by architect Alexander Jackson Davis. Source: Remodelista.

The abandoned Chateau Bijou, nestled in the South of France in Labastide- Villefranche.

Omigosh! I would be in heaven if I had this house. Beautiful! House of Turquoise: Serenity Designing

House of Turquoise: Serenity Design

I like this as a decorative framing method on the walls to distinguish one room from another when considering great, open spaces inside the home

Inspired by a Japanese tonsu chest, these stairs replaced a dangerous set of spiral metal stairs. Totally functional; reinforced where necessary with steel. Natural cherry with handforged hardware by Morrell Metalsmiths, Colrain, Massachusetts.

I love staircases like this and the stone

I like the way the stairs are arranged

Why waste a perfectly good space by closing it off with a wall? Basement nook for reading or relaxing