There's more DIY Pins to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
They used Pinterest to find new ways to DIY
Join Pinterest to find (and save!) all the things that inspire you.
Creating an account means you’re okay with Pinterest's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.
50+
billion Pins
to explore
15
seconds to
sign up (free!)
Visit site
  • Saba Qamar

    Most Beautiful Abandoned Hotels Around The World - World Wide Media.abandoned hotels, abandoned places, forgotten places, ghosts towns, modern ruins, neglected buildings, Photography, ruined buildings, urban decay

  • Ash

    A ballroom at the obviously abandoned Lee Plaza Hotel in Detroit. Love the piano.

  • Dru Nichols

    Repin. Sorry, No info. Looks like it would go well with my 'abandoned places' photo essay. I hate it when people give NO info at all. Not even: "I found this old photo, no idea what it is. Additional info appreciated." AHAH! That wasn't so tough, It's the Lee Plaza Hotel, in Detroit. I think I'll add some more pictures. When I was a young photography student abandoned buildings were my favorite things: imagining the life that had gone in them.

  • Candace Blume

    In the United States, few cities have felt the burn of urban decay more than Detroit. To capture its slow fade into history, photographers Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre explored some of Detroit’s dying landmarks for their photo series The Ruins of Detroit. As the industrial revolution came to a close

Related Pins

Same Guardian article, Photos by Marchand and Meffre. Dentist cabinet, Broderick Tower. Detroit.

The ruined Spanish-Gothic interior of the United Artists Theater in Detroit. The cinema was built in 1928 by C Howard Crane, and finally closed in 1974

Detroit. Prior to the fire in Fall 2012 at Imagination Station

"Detroit, one day I will visit!" was the original post. I'm annoyed so many people are excited to gawk at our ruined city.

Same Guardian article, Photos by Marchand and Meffre. Michigan Theatre, Detroit. Love that minivan #punctum truly is the Motor City.

Detroit- I have 2 prints of this house one in the 1800s & one in the 1990s before it was torn down to make way for Comerica Park. Crazy to find this picture on Pinterest.

Detroit. I've always wanted to photograph the church in the backdrop of the Ren Cen. Nicely done :)

Love these - we have Philly, Boston, Chicago, and (of course) DC in our office.

Renaissance Center, Detroit, MI - though if you're actually from the area, you ALWAYS call it the Ren Cen :)

Abandoned Detroit now a ghost town24 Abandoned Detroit: now a ghost town