The second floor landing of a Mediterranean estate in Santa Barbara.  Stunning skylight with cathedral ceiling cupola and Moroccan style iron railing along with herringbone hardwood wood floors. Love! Go to blog to see rest of house! http://cococozy.com

Posh Patterned Hardwoods

View from the second floor landing of the glass cathedral ceiling, Moorish ironwork railing and herringbone wood floors

Mission San Xavier del Bac, also called W hite Dove of the Desert, is a National Historic Landmark.

Mission San Xavier del Bac, also called White Dove of the Desert, is a National Historic Landmark. San Xavier Mission was founded as a Catholic mission in It is the oldest intact European structure in Arizona.

hmm... these seem handy

Discover thousands of images about Rafter brackets. maybe we could use these to build the hexagon pergola/arbor

This huge sawn hay barn was built originally circa 1870.  The flooring, ceiling and exterior siding are vintage reclaimed barn boards.  The restored barn is now a guest house, garage and wine cellar for a residential estate in southwestern Connecticut.

cute barn plus greenhouse. guess it's been converted into a house! well a guest house on a big estate. barns,dream home

A spectacular sheet steel painted weather vane of a Native American crouched at the fire. Circa late 19th century.

A spectacular sheet steel painted weather vane of a Native American crouched at…

What to do when your Little Library is vandalized? Maria Gallegos, a longtime Little Free Library steward, came up with some good ideas ...

Everyone Doesn’t Always Follow The Rules…And It’s OK.

What to do when your Little Library is vandalized? Maria Gallegos, a longtime Little Free Library steward, came up with some good ideas .

As stated on their website: Caboose No. SSW2 originally built by the International Car Company for the St. Louis-Southwestern Railroad (the Cotton Belt) which was a subsidiary of the Southern Pacific Railroad. It is known as an extended vision caboose due to the enlarged and overhanging cupola which gave the conductor a better view of the train ahead of him. — at DeQuincy Railroad Museum.

As stated on their website: Caboose No. SSW2 originally built by the International Car Company for the St. Louis-Southwestern Railroad (the Cotton Belt) which was a subsidiary of the Southern Pacific Railroad. It is known as an extended vision caboose due to the enlarged and overhanging cupola which gave the conductor a better view of the train ahead of him. — at DeQuincy Railroad Museum.

Pinterest
Search