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An artist, antique dealer, residential designer, and interior stylist & decorator, I live in, and am currently restoring, a 200-year-old farmhouse in Germany's Black Forest. This blog echoes my style... a little romantic, a bit whimsical, shabby, and comfortable, with rooms that you can really live your life in.

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An artist, antique dealer, residential designer, and interior stylist & decorator, I live in, and am currently restoring, a 200-year-old farmhouse in Germany's Black Forest. This blog echoes my style... a little romantic, a bit whimsical, shabby, and comfortable, with rooms that you can really live your life in.

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.
(via 10 Examples Of Using Disco Balls In Contemporary Interiors | Shelterness)
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.
(via Stay: Race & Religious | Designtripper)
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.
(by jaime.silva)
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.
(via Welcome to my home | 10 modern ideas | houseto)
Gorgeous spiral staircase in concrete and stone
(via For the Home / spiral stairs…cool)
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
(via Making a New Kitchen Look Old with David T. Smith - Country Living)
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!
(via desire to inspire - desiretoinspire.net - Mark Seelen   1)