Favorite Places and Spaces
Favorite Places and Spaces
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Vintage / Decor
Vintage Wedding, Wedding Ideas, Wedding Stuff, Weddings, Photobooth, Wedding Style, Photo Booths, Verymerryevents Com
Vintage Furniture, Wedding Furniture, Wedding Furniture Decorations, Vintage Wedding, Trendy Wedding Elements, Vintage Couches
Storybook Inspired Photo Shoot by Tinywater Photography Read more - http://www.stylemepretty.com/2012/05/08/storybook-inspired-photo-shoot-by-tinywater-photography/
Furnish Your Wedding with Found Vintage Rentals!October 23, 2012 Posted by hvotolatoFurnish Your Wedding with Found Vintage Rentals! found on SocietyBride.com
Photography by tinywater.com, Event Coordination by verymerryevents.com, Floral Design by atelierjoya.com GORGEOUS outdoor scene setting for park wedding reception
Silhouette Vintage Wedding Decor I just love to do silhouette weddings and children's parties! SilhouettesbyCindi.com
Vintage sofa & cake stand | 12 Wedding Style Ideas Inspired by Valentine's Day|Photo: Elizabeth Messina; Planner: Dolce Designs Studio
Photo booth opportunity! #wedding #photobooth
love this office space
Interior, Office Spaces, Idea, Office Designs, Living Room, Home Offices
? home #living room design #modern home design #home interior| http://living-room-design-jermaine.blogspot.com
Home #office ideas #working design #office design #design office| http://famous-quotes-collection-paula.blogspot.com
Classic, Parisian inspired home office Stay In Touch For More #Home #Ideas, #Tips & #Photos https://twitter.com/DominicAubrey http://www.facebook.com/DominicAubreyRemaxRealtor
? home #home interior #modern interior design #modern home design #modern house design| http://home-design-2432.blogspot.com
Love it! #homeoffice #home
Home office space
Farm, Nature, Beautiful, Country Living, Children, Country Life, Places, Sunrise, Morning
Nature gives to every time and season some beauties of its own; and from morning to night, as from the cradle to the grave, is but a succession of changes so gentle and easy that we can scarcely mark their progress. -- Charles Dickens
Beautiful morning... reminds me of the Farm in Jacksonville, OR where I awoke to wandering peacocks & peahens. Was a lovely time in my life! <3 <3 <3
Amelia would love to live in a place like this--but it also reminds me of Socrates's farm!
Beautiful Morning photography beautiful sun sunrise country morning barn farm
Sunrise on the farm ~ Early Mornings and Long Shadows :-)
Morning sunrise and everyone is up early on the farm ! ! !
Country Farm Sunrise | Love this early morning light !
Simply a New Day- Nothing like the country life.
Country Sunshine. #Country Living #Farm
Summer morning on the farm.
Country Scene, Secret Garden, Garden Gates, Farm Life, Country Living, Country Life, Place
Summer morning on the farm. What if we had a country inspiration picture in the catalog introducing certain product spreads? Like farm living, country garden etc.
Through the Garden Gate --- reminds me of my house, I love that I can look outside and see cows grazing. Love the arbor and greenery too.
Summer morning on the farm. Kind of reminds me of my Uncle Sid's place.
Summer morning on the farm. ... Or COUNTRY. GARDENS OR COUNTRY LIVING
umla: Through the garden fence by nestdecorating on Flickr ╰⊰
garden gate . . . #Country Living #Farm
country life - a summer morning
Idea, Dream Homes, Country Living, Place, Dream Houses, Farm Houses, Dreamhouse
farm house after renovation. upstate new york. from country living magazine...my dream house, just need to wrap that porch all the way around.
farm house after renovation. upstate new york. from country living magazine. OH what I would do for a place like this!
farm house after renovation. upstate new york. from country living magazine. Always wanted to live in a farmhouse. With goats and sheep and llamas
This is my dream house...a big beautiful farm house away from everything...a place you can just sit on the porch and drink sweet tea and read a good book all day =)
vintage two story farmhouse | images: marty’s place ; country living
Beautiful Country Farmhouse - Country Living my dream home
farmhouse- dreamhouse! This IS my dream house !!!
Farmhouse - front porch idea
i could live here...sheep and all
Houses, Dream Homes, Exterior, French Chateau, Dream House, Beautiful, Places, Architecture, Design
Dreamhouse - French Chateau as seen in World of Interiors 1994 #architecture #home #design #interiordesign #residential #residentialarchitecture #house #residence
In the midst of the forests of Normandy, France, the chateau de Morsan. The chateau was built ca.1765 as a summerhouse, and at one point, it served as a hunting lodge. The exterior facade of the house reflected a French Rococo architectural style.... Beautiful, oh to have a summer house like this in France
Normandy, France, chateau de Morsan. The chateau was built in 1765 as a summerhouse, and at one point, it served as a hunting lodge. The exterior facade of the house reflected a French Rococo architectural style - my dream home.
This house is beautiful! Reminds me of the place my friend @eblemont stayed in at Howard Grove!
Such an old #Dream Home #Dream Houses| http://littledreamhouses875.blogspot.com
Dream House Quiet Beauty in Provence
What a great house! A fresh vision and a love for French culture inspired Lillian and Ted Williams, classicists and home restorers, to return an abandoned folie in Normandy, France, to the condition that made the structure a "jewel in a wheat field" during the halcyon days before the French Revolution. The Chateau de Morson, built in 1750 for the Marquis de Morson, is one of the few remaining folies in France. The gentlemen’s getaways were frequently a target for revolutionaries seeking to destroy any lingering symbols of the aristocracy. The folies not ruined by political action have been ravaged by the elements, Lillian Williams notes: "This house was not built to survive 200 years, it was built as a whim." The Chateau de Morson is unusual not only for its survival in the face of adversity, but also for its location in the Normandy countryside–most folies were found on the outskirts of Paris and Bordeaux, perfect locations for city-dwelling gentlemen to escape for an afternoon’s dangerous liaison. When the Williamses entered the abandoned dwelling in Normandy for the first time, they saw a dramatic parlor with 14-foot ceilings and graceful glass doors overlooking fields of wheat. Struck by the beauty, they instantly decided to purchase the nobleman’s playhouse. "It took us 20 seconds to buy and 10 years to restore it. If we hadn’t bought it, it would have fallen down," Lillian says. As Americans in France, the Williamses join the ranks of legendary interior designer Elsie de Wolfe and novelist Edith Wharton as Francophile owners of folies. What is taken for granted as a French ruin by many natives is rediscovered as a treasure with the fresh, appreciative eyes of Americans, Lillian observes. "I think the Americans have made their impact," she says. In the American style, the couple also brings the do-it-yourself ethic to the Continent. "We used more of our imagination and less of others’," Lillian explains. The walls are hand-painted and fabrics are selected based on her studies of ceramics and extensive knowledge of 18th-century art and textiles, which she uses to design fabric and wallpaper for the likes of Manuel Canovas. A large amount of the repair and refurbishment work on the manor was completed by Ted Williams. Following the original intent of the frolicsome folie, Williams has decorated with a collection of game tables. Other items include hunting horns and dueling swords. "I’m opposed to dueling, but I like to think these were used to protect the honor of a lady" she says. The game tables serve many purposes today, just as they did in the home’s first heyday The cabriole-leg pieces serve as dining and recreation areas for the Williamses throughout the house in 18th-century style. "Living in this house is like living in the 18th century," Lillian notes.( in Homes and gardens: design, architecture, style )
tiny victorian cottage