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Silent now but for the hauntings that flirt their will; cold drafts startling in their honesty and dark shadows delighted in their intent. Walls that held dreams and fostered lives betrayed and defeated under the impossible weight of knowing, and all the while, its soul acquiescing to abandonment - the victor. ~by cjg

El eclecticismo es la nota predominante en la decoración de la casa victoriana. Era un método que consistía en reunir lo mejor de la doctrina de varios estilos a la hora de amueblar el hogar. Los salones de las casas estaban profusamente ambientados con ricos colores en alfombras, paredes y cortinas. Predominaba la gran variedad de pequeños detalles decorativos como figuras, lámparas, adornos, etc. Se trataba, en definitiva, de ambientes íntimos y acogedores.

standing so silently I pass into the night

brings to mind by first real large doll house, she was simply beautiful 2 moi, it was hidden on grandmamans' solarium, I still remember walking thru those lovey French paned doors and voila-joi unspeakable full of glory

Victorian house in Arcata, CA photo by Nicholas Lopez, on Flickr - beautiful doorways and windows! Also love the tower and shingle/siding ♥

I would love to live here :) keep the outside all broken, but have a secret beautiful inside :D is much like people and life

Seeing places like this makes me ask many questions: who lived there? What were they like? How did they live? Think? What did they feel? What happened to them? So many unanswered questions...

"Originally Frank W. Knox Home" - Located on North Main Street - Coudersport, Potter County, Pennsylvania. It was originally a private home built by Frank W. Knox (1824-1885) in 1880.