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Europe.- Mitzi Vargas de Pigna

This post is all about gasp-inducing details - elements that stop you in your tracks, take your breath away and, in one fell swoop, transform an ordinary space into an extraordinary one

The kitchen is the true heart of every home. #houseofrituals #kitchen #ritualscosmetics

The kitchen is the true heart of every home.

Ancienne chemiserie Niguet (1896) – 13 rue Royale, Bruxelles. Flower-shop, Brussels, designed by Paul Hankar

“ Flower-shop, Brussels, designed by Paul Hankar, XIX century. ” This is literally the perfect, most fitting sort of thing to put in the window of an Art Nouveau front like this. One of the things I enjoyed about Brussels was the Art Nouveau.

Celtic gate

Tree Portal Mandala I love everything about this gate: the mixed use of metal and wood, the mandala window, the tree with is filigree roots and branches, and it's placement within the stone wall. The whole thing feels.

I like this door.

I am so in love with this front door! Reclaimed wood custom built door to the log home in Big Sky, Montana. Look at the ax marks on the wood! Gorgeous, rustic, and obviously a heavy door!

Art Nouveau - Maison St Cyr, Brussels built between 1901 and 1903. Architect Gustave Strauven

Art Nouveau - Maison St Cyr, Brussels built between 1901 and Architect Gustave Strauven. I love Art Nouveau, but sometimes the buildings are so busy they are unsettling to me.

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