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Interior Alchemy

Bohemian and vintage-inspired spaces

See my personal tumblr at Under The Ivy

The bones of a beautiful hallway…

The bones of a beautiful hallway…

carnetimages-8:

East London Home
via Bliss

carnetimages-8:

East London Home

via Bliss

cosmicguru:

fromme-toyou:

“The atmosphere in which literature and knowledge are dispensed is part of a cultural package. Today it is the fashion to offer a kind of statistical, book-counting culture in visually illiterate surroundings. At Old Jeff there is also the literature of architecture: cut stone faces and flowers, spiral stairs, soaring stained glass windows, the feeling, form and sensibility of another age. This, too, is the record of civilization.” — Ada Louise Huxtable, Architecture critic. The New York Times November 28, 1967.
Stained glass window, Jefferson Market Library New York City

cosmicguru:

fromme-toyou:

“The atmosphere in which literature and knowledge are dispensed is part of a cultural package. Today it is the fashion to offer a kind of statistical, book-counting culture in visually illiterate surroundings. At Old Jeff there is also the literature of architecture: cut stone faces and flowers, spiral stairs, soaring stained glass windows, the feeling, form and sensibility of another age. This, too, is the record of civilization.” — Ada Louise Huxtable, Architecture critic. The New York Times November 28, 1967.

Stained glass window, Jefferson Market Library New York City

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