Ah, those iron sconces, truly works of art! The entry is simply gorgeous!xoxoKarenaThe Arts by Karena
The birdbath is quite lovely. It reminds me, as it should, of course of things we saw in Naples, Pompeii and Herculaneum. Terrific stuff. Thank you
Lovely details everywhere in that wonderful house. I chuckled at your comment with regards to the doorknob screws, a pet peeve of mine!
Too funny about the Misalignment of the Screws. Several years (decades actually), my husband helped me build a trellis over our fence that I could use to tie in the climbing hydrangea. I insisted the screws (slotted) be aligned in the same direction. He, who hates these projects, said, "Let me get this straight. We're building a framework that someday will be totally filled in with the hydrangea. Why does it matter?" Of course I said: "It matters now." Sigh....
Life is too short to worry about lining up screws. I'm not wishing to be dismissive about this but there is medication for it – I know, I'm on it.
There's nothing worse than a misaligned screw!
Thanks for visiting me today! I love the details in the entry. Such a grand entrance but I wonder if birds would really use the bath so close to where people are walking!
I feel the same way about the screws being in different directions ... Go figure! But your photo capturing light coming through the keyhole is just an amazing shot.I adore the birdbaths flanking the entrance way and then to step into that gorgeous entry is simply beautiful. I always enjoy your tours.Vera
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