A beautiful oriole window from the Art Nouveau period on a building in Barcelona, Spain. The carved stone work and colorful tiled roof are gorgeous.
Arched entryway to the Columbia Restaurant in Ybor City, Tampa, Florida… love the tiled murals everywhere.
These are the original 18th century doors on this Swedish cottage (built 1720)
A window with a gilded Baroque frame and an ornate wrought iron balcony railing grace this building in Paris
(via Marcus Design)
A metal spiral staircase with a fleur-de-lis balustrade winds down into lush gardens inside this conservatory in Kew Gardens, London
(via Stairway to Heaven)
An Art Nouveau column resembles a real tree on this Barcelona building
(via Nature and Art Nouveau)
Convert a little-used backyard storage shed into a lovely outdoor cottage sitting room… the perfect spot for fresh air reading, relaxing, picnics…
(via Love, Thomas)
Early 20th century Transitional stained glass window in Brussels, Belgium
Transitional: The period between the Art Nouveau and Art Deco movements, with designs that encompass both the sinuous, curvy lines of Nouveau and the more angular, geometric styles of Deco
Neoclassical details and sweeping grand staircases inside L’opéra Garnier (the Paris Opera House), Paris, France
Incredible Art Nouveau doors with carved wood and stained and etched glass, in Barcelona
(by Arnim Schulz)
This is a backyard garden shed… too sweet!
(via garden shed hall of fame)
Beautiful turquoise front door of a currently abandoned derelict building in England
The Turret House, in Guildford, was built in 1884