This is a great-looking space, accented with vintage furnishings, an eclectic mix of vintage decorative accents, and an old disco ball, repurposed as a light fixture.
A bedroom full of history in this antebellum New Orleans home… above the antique dresser is a glass case filled with historic documents, photos and trinkets. Old rugs and exposed brick walls - partially painted - add to the comfortable, timeworn look.
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.
Modern meets old, rustic meets contemporary in this restored barn home. The aged wooden beams, ceilings, and posts blend effortlessly together with more modern touches such as a variegated slate tile floor and a simple, almost sculptural free-standing bathtub.
Beautifully restored original features sit comfortably alongside sleek, contemporary additions, giving the living room a fresh and sophisticated look. Love the original windows and plasterwork on the ceiling.
Gorgeous spiral staircase in concrete and stone
A window with a gilded Baroque frame and an ornate wrought iron balcony railing grace this building in Paris
(via Marcus Design)
Kitchen inside a rebuilt 19th century log cabin on an old Tennessee farm
A bookshelf - still partially full - inside an abandoned castle in Spain
(by Martino - NL)
Upper floor loft of an old building, now converted into a living/dining space with original solid wood plank floors. What a marvelous window!