I never miss an opportunity for point out windows used in the interior of a room, and I was pleased to see some pop up in the first episode of the new season of House of Cards. These are pretty hotel-y, but I like the small square panes and the upper ribbon.
Doors and Windows
Happy Thanksgiving! Aren't these windows lovely?
If you know me, you know that I am always checking out people's windows. I can't pass a window without objectifying it. And the window in the new American Horror Story: Roanoke (Season 6) farmhouse is particularly eye-catching .
After watching the first episode, I was convinced that the window was flipped (in a spooky way) when looking at if from the interior:
But then in episode two I was able to grab his shot, so the upside down one must be somewhere else in the house. Haven't gotten my bearings in this set yet.
Love these high gloss shutters. That's it. Just need to tell someone.
Quick shout out to this wallpaper in the film, While We're Young. In this scene, everyone is tripping on ayahuasca, so I am sure the wallpaper is even lovelier through their eyes.
I highly recommend the Chris Rock film, Top Five, and not just because I love the windows in his fancy New York apartment. The only downside is privacy. Those people across the street can see right in!
I just finished watching the film, Suspiria, and despite the sets being infamously eye-catching, what stuck out for my were the art nouveau inspired doors.
Obviously custom art nouveau doors are stupid-gorgeous (see Exhibit A), but what I liked about the doors in Suspiria was that they felt attainable. They were simple enough, that they seem like doors I could one day own. I am sure they won't be cheap, but they seem "manufactured".
Therefor, I am going to do a quick Google to see if I can, in fact, purchase this style of doors with a few clicks..........
......................so....................I'm seeing lots of hardware options........................
There is this place, AAW Doors Inc, that has some options, but I don't love them. They seem to be trying too hard:
US Doors and More seems to have all the same stock, but a few more options.....although I didn't see any that had the elegant simplicity of Suspiria.
I am sure these doors are out there, but they were not a few clicks away. There weren't even a good number of clicks away.
If you have a good lead, let me know.
These curtains are fantastic. I love the large bold print, in dusty colors. I love how the print changes, so each fold seems to be made of a different piece of fabric, while still being cohesive. These would look elegant in a formal parlor or fresh in a child's nursery. Good design looks good anywhere.