Lyon | Parasol | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The parasol featured here captures the essence of the 1890s with its gay color combination and exuberant lace-covered ruffle at the hem. The detailing of the handle is very engaging. Also, the color combination of the garnet ruffle and the purple lining is indicative of the period and a typical French touch
House with Guard Geese © Anne Burgess
This elegant Georgian house in Kirklinton is well guarded by geese, which make an enormous amount of noise, and were threatening to rush out and attack as we walked past on the public road.
AUTUMN, WINTER, SPRING AND SUMMER ~ "The seasons are what a symphony ought to be: four perfect movements in harmony with each other.... beautifully classic."
Urban Ghosts Media is coming soon
Callert House, rumoured to be haunted, was built in the 1830s to replace a building that burned down and has now been abandoned since the 1940s.
Straight from Your Wildest Dreams: A Fireplace in the Bathroom
Sure, a fireplace in the bathroom is a thing most of us can only dream of… but it’s a very very nice dream. Imagine soaking in the tub, taking a nice hot bath while watching the flames dance. I might never leave. Above: this space from Elle Decor Espana has a fireplace AND a chandelier. A luxurious bathroom in Julianne Moore’s former West Village digs, spotted on Curbed. Designer Abigail Ahern’s London home, spotted on The Selby.