Have nothing in your house
that you do not know to be useful,
or believe to be beautiful.
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Posted by VioletSky
Labels: architectural delights, Dundas, windows
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I like that William Morris quote! And the door, with a window in it, is lovely.
That is a very beautiful door...quite unique!
Lovely door! And the quote is a useful thought to remember as we buy more and more stuff.
Nice combination of window and poem.
Your photos are very beautiful, and inspiring. The waterfall is superb.
Excellent advice from Morris. I'm in the process of getting rid of extra stiff. Alas, I have a long, long way to go.
Ooh, I like that door! Very classy looking.
It is a beautiful door, the quote is perfect. If you want to wander down my road I’m home.
I love cattails. What a lovely and unusual door. And that's a wonderful William Morris quote...makes one think.
What a great door!
The rest of the house was very simple, so this door stood out as an unique feature.
What a pretty door!
Stine: every time I look at it, I feel happy
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