Collection by Lucy at Patina Paradise

Lucy at Patina Paradise
Beautiful tile frame around door. Sign over door translated 'Casino source of home'. In Ericeira, Portugal If you have any questions at all about windows or doors, feel free to contact us - just answers, no sales (unless that's what you're asking for :-)

A Jurubeba Cultural

A Jurubeba Cultural: ● A Arte ... e a janela. (Vila de Ericeira, Lisboa. Portugal)

Windows in Portugal

Windows in Portugal

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♥ ~ ♥ Blue and White ♥ ~ ♥ House in Aveiro, Portugal Beautiful Buildings, Beautiful Homes, Beautiful Places, Spain And Portugal, Portugal Travel, Amazing Architecture, Architecture Details, Portuguese, Old Houses

Blue & White building

Aveiro, Portugal Aveiro (Portuguese pronunciation: [aˈvɐjɾu]) is a city in Aveiro Municipality in Portugal, with a total area of 199.9 km², a total population of 73,559 inhabitants, and 59,860 electors (2006). It is the second most populous city in the Centro Region of Portugal, after Coimbra. However, the city of Aveiro together with neighbouring Ílhavo, make one conurbation which has a population of 113,908 inhabitants, making it one of the most important by population density in the…

Glamorous Villa Design with Italian Style: Luxury Mediterranean Living Room Crystal Chandelier Italiannate Villa

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Italianate Villa—At the center of this house is the Grand Salon, a 45' long room with a 35' high barrel-vaulted skylight ceiling. It is ringed with two-story classical columns and carvings.

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King Williams District, San Antonio

One of my favorite excursions in Texas was the King Williams Historical District in San Antonio. This affluent area was home to the likes...

Old World Tudor style cottage. Flowers grow around the entrance to this charming stone guest house.

Old-World Garden in California

A European-Inspired garden near San Jose seems to be plucked from history.

Maybe for the library mezzanine or library annex, but the architecture gives itself to the attic of a Tudor house.

Reading Alcove, Wayzata, Minnesota

Sitting nook with shelves. Why are these not filled to the brim with books! Sitting nook with shelves. Why are these not filled to the brim with books! Home Interior Design, House Design, New Homes, Interior Design, House, Home, Interior, Reading Nook, Home Decor

Now I love this..I would do this in the bay window at Belle Monte, and let the shelves be display (over the glass windows) or hold plants, e...

Beautiful staircase and painted ceiling for my dream home. House Design, New Homes, House Styles, Floral Chandelier, Interior Design, House Interior, Stairs, Home, Home Decor

Busy busy.

For those of you with kiddo's in school I am sure you can relate to my desire to have them out for the Summer! I need them to have a little less schedule, I am so busy lately that not having to get them to bed when the sun is still shinning would be uber helpful! Alas we still have 3 weeks, so I will just hang in there.I wanted to show you a nursery I am working on for a friend. She is so excited to be having a baby girl after a couple of boys! Her name will be Harley and they wanted her to…

Roof Detail Caryatid, sculpted female architectural feature at Musee du Louvre, Paris France.© Brian Jannsen PhotographyCaryatid, sculpted female architectural feature at Musee du Louvre, Paris France.

Louvre Roof Detail by Brian Jannsen

Louvre Roof Detail Photograph by Brian Jannsen

door inTartu Estonia- so Parisian!

Hôtel de Sens was built from 1474 to 1519 for the archbishops of Sens. Paris Travel, France Travel, Ile Saint Louis, Paris Images, Interesting Buildings, Hotel Stay, Hotel Reservations, Cheap Hotels, Rue

Windows and the slate roof on the western façade of Hôtel de Sens

A color photograph of windows and the roof line of Hôtel de Sens, taken in Paris by David Henry.