Now that's a door. Craftsman Door Company - Art Glass by Theodore Ellison Designs

gallery - Craftsman Door Company Now that's a door. Craftsman Door Company - Art Glass by Theodore Ellison Designs

Almost perfect: so many books that storing them in the stairs would be a necessity and I would have the time to read them all too.

Staircase/Ladder/Bookcase - So very smart-looking and optimizing space, too! Over the basement stair

Art Deco Lever Handle

Art Deco Lever Handle, included to show the way the art deco patterns can be mapped onto a non-deco shape.

I would love themed rooms of my house and this would be next to the library from Beauty and The Beast along with secret passage ways Peles Castle, Romania

Wood Carved, Spiral Staircase, Peles Castle, Romania photo via kingray I would love to see this beautiful staircase and be allowed to climb its stairs.

Wood Return covers in 26 unique design choices! The 1/4" thick Baltic birch hardwood ply is available in 3 different furniture grade veneers: Maple, Oak and Cherry. The laser patter cut wood grills would look perfect in any home or office! Get rid of your dingy existing grills and replace with a beautiful, affordable option.

Wood Return covers in 26 unique design choices. The thick Baltic birch hardwood ply is available in 3 different furniture grade veneers: Maple, Oak and Cherry. The laser patter cut wood grills would look perfect in existing grills.

Art Decó door handle.

Art Nouveau door lock with handle in the shape of a peacock - Designed by Franz von Stuck and found at Bremen City Hall, Germany.

How cute is this stair railing?  I need to find a place (or two or three) in my dream beach cottage for something like this.  In fact, I would adapt it to go outside too!

House Tours: Coastal-Cool Cottage Style

I am falling more and more in love with teal. I want lots of teal in my house. And I can't get over how neat that front door is! I'll paint it yellow! Or Purple! Family & Home,For the Home,Home,Interior,No pl

Basement stairs outside of the house - Our doors were metal and got really hot in the summer.

Basement stairs outside the house--lift the doors and go down the stairs. The reason the stairs were outside the house is so the coal could be delivered to the basement near the furnace.the coal. Many homes I lived in as a child had this access.

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