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The Designer's Attic
Round Mirror, Livingroom, Photo Wall, Living Room, Gallerywall, Gallery Wall
Gallery Wall Inspiration - mix of mirrors and art. #interiordesign #inspiration #design #livingroom #mirrors #frames
Living Room Stripes #hangingpictures #gallerywall photo wall, hanging art, display photo gallery, #decorating art walls mural
Picture frame wall. Id like to do something like this either down the halway or in the living room. We can even put pictures in them!
Love the dimension and eclectic mix of #frames and items in this gallery wall! The grey striped wall backdrop adds even more interest!
black picture frames (sometimes with a tiny touch of gold), and have found the perfect round mirror
potentially too busy but love the striped walls/gallery wall w/ convex mirror. Dining or hall?
Gallery Walls--love the striped wall paper and mismatch picture frames
Picture Wall...Love the round mirror and stripes
Living room gallery wall with round mirror.
Paris in Spring
Bucket List, Spring Time, Paris France, Beautiful Places, Let S, La France, Cherry Blossoms
Springtime Park, Paris, France Discover and collect amazing bucket lists created by local experts. #Paris #travel #local #bucket #list #bucketlist www.cityisyours.com/explore
Cherry Blossom Park, Paris, France - looks like a good proposal spot *hint hint*
Cherry Blossom Park, Paris, France. I want to go here. Its so pretty.
Cherry Blossom Park, Paris France...I have a very similar picture!
Springtime in Paris, France. #photography #cherryblossoms
Cherry Blossoms, park benches
spring time cherry blossoms.
the most beautiful place
Windows Doors, Window S, Doors Windows, French Window, Wonderful Windows, Amazing Window, Beautiful Windows
Beautiful Window in Paris - Windows from Around the World - Architecting On the Net
Beautiful window and detailing - found in Paris. Where else but in Europe?
Paris window ~ Wouldn't you love to know what's on the other side.....
Paris, window. By Priory Home Atelier
Paris window, via Clarisse Sénecal
Paris window ..rh
gorgeous colors, pattern, architecture
Windows Doors, Green Shutters, Doorway, Favorite Places Spaces, Doors Windows, Beautiful Place, Barcelona Spain
Barcelona’s Windows and Doors Tags: door doors window windows architecture barcelona spain europe travel architecture
LOVE this!!!! Now why can't I live here? The architectural detail, the history, pattern, color, finishes, materials....awww!!!!
Barcelona. I know this is about doorways but who could ignore the wall?
Color scheme: calming combination of cream, seafoam and gold.
Barcelona, spain - Sarah Tucker Photography
Amazing green shutters on ornate building.
Seafoam green shutters Barcelona, Spain
Carrer de Gràcia 41, Barcelona, Spain
Windows & Doors.
Madrid Spain, Bucket List, Favorite Place, Crystal Palace, Beautiful Place, Crystal, Palace
The Crystal Palace, Madrid, Spain. Parque de Retiro, and especially el palacio de cristal, was my favorite place in Madrid this past semester.
El palacio de cristal de El Parque del Retiro desde su interior. The Crystal Palace, Madrid, Spain
Palacio de Cristal (Crystal Palace), Madrid, Spain: it didn't look this cool when i was there
Crystal Palace, Madrid, Spain (now added to my bucket list!...this is so beautiful!!)
Palacio de Cristal (Crystal Palace), Madrid, Spain: Even more beautiful in person
Palacio de Cristales en el Parque del Retiro, (The Crystal Palace) Madrid, Spain
Palacio de Cristal (Crystal Palace)-- Madrid, Spain. so beautiful when I went :)
The Crystal Palace – Madrid, Spain Would make a great indoor pool!
Wow, the Crystal Palace, Madrid, Spain | Most Beautiful Places
Cathedral at Chartres (France)
Cathedral Labyrinth, Favorite Places Spaces, Chartres, Labyrinth Chartres, Sacred Space, Chartres Cathedral, Maze
Chartres Cathedral, also known as Cathedral of Our Lady of Chartres is a medieval Roman Rite Catholic cathedral located in Chartres, France, about 80 kilometres (50 mi) southwest of Paris.
Chartres Cathedral, about 50 miles outside Paris. Truly magnificent. Late in the day when I was there, they allowed access to the labyrinth. Contemplating my way into and then out of the labyrinth was an amazing "journey" - the cathedral organist was playing Bach, which was perfect spiritual "road music." :) Photo from http://www.eternalpath.com/page_images/labyrinth_chartres.html
Chartres Cathedral Architecture | Walking a Labyrinth - Chartres Cathedral to Centennial Park | The ...
Chartres Cathedral Labyrinth In France-note the circles everywhere
The Labyrinth, Chartres Cathedral, France
Chartres Labyrinth ~ Chartres, France
Chartres Cathedral _ Labyrinth
I am astounded!!! Of the eighty Gothic cathedrals that were built during le moyen âge, twenty-two of them had labyrinths. Sadly, the only one remaining in its original form is at Chartres. The Prayer Labyrinth, also known as a meditation labyrinth, is one of the oldest contemplative and transformational tools known, having been used for many hundreds of years for prayer, ritual, initiation, and spiritual growth. It is believed that the first labyrinth originated in Greek mythology, where it was an elaborate structure constructed for King Minos of Crete and designed by the legendary artificer Daedalus to hold the Minotaur, a creature that was half man and half bull and which was eventually killed by the Athenian hero Theseus. Theseus was aided by Ariadne, who provided him with a fateful thread to wind his way back again, a clue to the single path of the labyrinth. Labyrinths were also used as spiritual aides in ancient Egypt, Peru, and India. Labyrinth designs were found on pottery, tablets and tiles that date as far back as 5000 years. Many patterns are based on spirals and circles mirrored in nature. In Native American tradition, the labyrinth is identical to the Medicine Wheel and Man in the Maze. The Celts described the labyrinth as the Never Ending Circle. It is also known as the Ka bala in mystical Judaism. One feature labyrinths have in common is that they have one path that winds in a circuitous way to the center. The term labyrinth is often used interchangeably with maze, but modern scholars of the subject use a stricter definition. For them, a maze is a tour puzzle in the form of a complex branching passage, with choices of path and direction, while a single-path ("unicursal") labyrinth has only a single path to the center. A labyrinth has an unambiguous through-route to the center and back and is not designed to be difficult to navigate. As other pagan cultural practices, the Prayer Labyrinth was adopted by the Church across Europe during the medieval times, being often used as a means to meditate, pray and connect with God in a higher spiritual way. Numerous cathedrals in Europe have prayer labytinths embedded into their floors, with la cathédrale de Chartres, located about 80 km from Paris having one of the most famous prayer labyrinths in the world. Prayer Labyrinths were often viewed and modeled as a journey to Jerusalem and were even called le chemin de Jerusalem (Road of Jerusalem) serving as a spiritual pilgrimage for those who could not afford to travel to Jerusalem, the center of the world. The widest accepted Prayer Labyrinth in the Church was the eleven-circuit labyrinth, which is more symbolic of Christ's cross with its four quadrants, and grace being symbolized by the never-ending path to the center and back, allowing the pilgrim to walk the path at his own pace, stop for prayer and meditation as needed.