Martina Šupejová

Martina Šupejová

Martina Šupejová
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Zermatt, Switzerland...my favorite spot!  Very quaint and colorful flower pots of geraniums everywhere!

Zermatt, Switzerland...my favorite spot! Very quaint and colorful flower pots of geraniums everywhere!

Hallstatt Village, Austria

Hallstatt Village, Austria

Hallstatt, Austria

Hallstatt, Austria

abandoned house archives

abandoned house archives

#GreekRevival Style Plantation  Home.  #SouthernMansion. Macland #Plantation, Louisiana. Also Woodland Plantation or Payne House, Built in the 1840s for Dr. Louis Archibald Webb.  Civil War, Confederate soldiers  hospital. In 2006 moved near St. Francisville for restoration as a private home. Prior to the Civil War,  4,000 acres and 110 slaves. Last known sugar mill in St. Landry Parish.   Louisiana Plantations. Southern Architecture.  Historical Home. Stately Columns. Grand Front Porch.

#GreekRevival Style Plantation Home. #SouthernMansion. Macland #Plantation, Louisiana. Also Woodland Plantation or Payne House, Built in the 1840s for Dr. Louis Archibald Webb. Civil War, Confederate soldiers hospital. In 2006 moved near St. Francisville for restoration as a private home. Prior to the Civil War, 4,000 acres and 110 slaves. Last known sugar mill in St. Landry Parish. Louisiana Plantations. Southern Architecture. Historical Home. Stately Columns. Grand Front Porch.

Amazing Road – not in Hakkari, Turkey, is in Chile

Amazing Road – not in Hakkari, Turkey, is in Chile

UrbanOutfitters.com: Awesome stuff for you & your space

UrbanOutfitters.com: Awesome stuff for you & your space

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Designer Frank Roop used an oversize tufted bench to add an “unexpected or dramatic” element to the entryway of this Boston-area colonial home.

Designer Frank Roop used an oversize tufted bench to add an “unexpected or dramatic” element to the entryway of this Boston-area colonial home.