Glass door, lots of light The entry in a Victorian townhouse in Southwest London features decorative original stained glass windows, along with ornate cornicing. Photo: Andy Haslam for The New York Times
If you can't afford a full glass ceilinged conservatory, create the illusion of one. need a plexiglass vaulted ceilig like our holiday tree house in Orcas Island, but should be. Will be if we have our dream.
Although I do NOT like steps in my home this Gorgeous White Victorian staircase and the carved detail of the wood and possible Lyncrusta on the walls are dreamy! C: ---- enjoying seeing detail somewhere on stairs or railing!
8 Steps to Color Confidence: #7 The Importance of Understanding Undertones
In this Rhode Island dining room, designer Juniper Tedhams found a pair of Swedish chairs in their original gray horsehair and had four copies made, covering one pair in Palma leather from Jasper and the other in Christopher Hyland's blue Paso horsehair.