Explore Windows And Doors, The Doors, and more!


the front of my dream house to look like this Art Deco at 6 rue du Lac, Brussels, Belgium.

Beautiful Art Deco "rising moon" Window  More About Us: It's so sad there are so many abandoned places with such stunning architecture  craftsmanship.  Plus in this case, look at that view!!

The design of this window is really beautiful. "Art Deco Moon Window on the Russian Riviera in the abandoned Seagull hotel"

Art Nouveau House, Brussels, Belgium

house and studio in Square Ambiorix on 6 Rue du Lac, Brussels, Belgium - built in 1902 by glass artist Ernest DeLune. The illuminated window to the right suggests the stairwell looming behind.

Art Nouveau facade - 6 Rue du Lac in Brussels, house and studio built by and for the glass artist Ernest Delune in 1902.

This beautiful Art Nouveau building on 6 rue du Lac in Brussels was designed by Ernest Delune in It was the studio and home of Austrian master glass maker Clas Grüner Sterner, who also made the stained glass doors & windows.

Art Nouveau Architecture in Brussels, 6 Rue du Lac  I believe I have this same home in a night shot in my pins, just not sure which catagory. I am hoping it is this one

Early century Transitional stained Glass Window / Brussels, Belgium - The period between the Art Nouveau and Art Deco

Gorgeous art nouveau inspired door and transom window.

Gorgeous art nouveau inspired door and transom window. some kind of a Fibonacci thing going on here!


Spain (perhaps Barcelona? Gorgeous stone facade with Art Nouveau swirls and a bit of Gaudi inspiration

Gatti a Smirne

Blue door - Three cats wait patiently to enter in Izmir, Turkey. get some yourself some pawtastic adorable cat shirts, cat socks, and other cat apparel by tapping the pin!

Art Nouveau, Moscow

Built near the River Volga, Moscow, Russia, completed in Art Nouveau style facade, doors and windows

Colorful Bricks

Going to do this with my brick fireplace - not necessarily the door and window (though that is a neat idea) but just to break up the monotony of my painted brick! This idea, I LOVE!