Discover and save creative ideas
    Explore these ideas and more!

    Library Mantle with Portrait of  John Jacob Astor

    Astor Mansion At 65th Street

    Astor Mansion At 65th Street

    Astor Mansion At 65th Street

    Astor Mansion At 65th Street

    Astor Mansion At 65th Street Main Entrance

    Astor Mansion At 65th Street

    Astor Mansion At 65th Street

    Astor Mansion At 65th Street The Stair Hall (One of Two)

    Singer Mansion, Wilkinsburg, PA.

    Wyndclyffe Mansion (in Rhinebeck New York)

    Mansion, built 1900

    666 Fifth Ave. | New York, NY. Virginia Vanderbilt Mansion. Built where 2 brownstones once stood and connected to the original William K. Vanderbilt, Sr. mansion beside it. It was demolished to make way for an office building which was itself demolished for the present office building.

    Abandoned Mansion- what I would give to have the opportunity to restore this beautiful house!

    666 Fifth Ave. | New York, NY. Mrs. Wm. K. Vanderbilt, Jr's Mansion (1907) designed by attached to Wm K. Vanderbilt Sr.'s "Petit Château." She lived here until her death. It was demolished (c.1924).

    Calhoun Mansion, Charleston, SC. (1876)

    Old house, named The Woodshed, a stick style mansion located in Sea Cliff NY on Long Island's North Shore. This grand mansion was built in 1872. The Stick Style utilizes decorative trimboards or "Sticks" to symbolize and emphasize the timber construction used in the framing process.

    Burrage House mansion :: When built for attorney Albert C. Burrage in 1899, it was considered an "eyesore" and was the most controversial home in Boston!

    Morey Mansion, circa 1890 in Redlands Ca. photo by Dave Toussant

    William and Alva Vanderbilt's Fifth Avenue Mansion - Designed by Richard Morris Hunt - Very important to designs of future New York mansions, especially use of limestone.

    Newport Rhode Island Marble House Mansion 1892