The Nostalgic Romance of Abandoned Homes | Art & Home
Abandoned homes tell a story. Whether or not the story is documented in history, each abandoned home gives us a glimpse at a life once lived.
Inspired by Teal - All Things Heart and Home
Victorian Victorian architecture emerged between 1830 and 1910 under the reign of Queen Victoria and include sub-styles such as Gothic revival, Italianate, Second Empire, Queen Anne, stick style, Romanesque style and shingle style. Constructed more for beauty than functionality, Victorian homes tend to be more complex in design with ornate trim, bright colors, large porches, asymmetrical shape and multi-faceted rooflines.
A fun discovery today in the rain, a little gingerbread house like nothing I've ever seen around here. The details were remarkably intact! This is on County Road 11, north of the Union Center Cemetery near Nappanee, Indiana.
The Places I'm Most Excited to Visit Once We Can Travel Again — Kristy & New England
A lot of our conversations lately center around where we want to go once we can travel again. We are all starting to get tired of these walls— as I’m sure everyone is at this time. Our daily walks and time in the yard help, but we have never wanted to travel around New England as much as we do now!
1899 Queen Anne In Asheville North Carolina — Captivating Houses
CLICK HERE 1899 Queen Anne In Asheville North Carolina. $1,999,900. The Wright Inn is a superbly restored Queen Anne Victorian.
Standout Cottage Style Homes . . . Irresistible Charm!
Cottage style homes, with their steeply pitched roofs, towers, turrets, cupolas, chimneys and decorative detailing, present a charming architectural composition that is virtually irresistible!
1845 Gothic Revival In Thompson Connecticut — Captivating Houses
CLICK HERE 1845 Gothic Revival In Thompson Connecticut. $500,000. Features steep gables, arched windows, stained glass, spires.