Cottages, castles, royal palaces and other architectural gems viewed with a Blue Badge guide throughout the Tour. This is a small group of 16 on a private bus for transportation staying at four star hotels in London, Bath and Royal Tunbridge Wells.
I was fortunate see inside a very unique barn space that I am excited to share with you. This amazing living space is created with a 1640s barn structure from Portsmouth, England. The […]
Vancouver Heritage Foundation offers evening lectures at the beautiful Hycoft Manor in Shaughnessy. I attended one this evening featuring master gardener and local author Christine Allen. Here are some of […]
The Hoover Dam was the greatest dam of its day, and the only one of its kind. It is still a world-renowned structure and is a National Historic Landmark. Construction […]
This was my third trip to Vegas, and while I am certainly no expert, I wanted to share what I enjoyed seeing (from a decorator’s perspective). My first visit to […]
I was very excited last night to see Sting when he was in Vancouver. I was lucky enough to see the Police reunion tour in 2007. I was in Grade […]
over 200 years after Marie Antoinette's death, she has become a part of popular culture, as shown on the cover of Vogue magazine. Fashion and home decor inspired by Marie Antoinette 2 centuries later!
Chateau de Villandry is described as the last great Renaissance chateau built in the Loire Valley and is a perfect example of 16th century architecture.
The wonderful mix of lucite, glass, white and texture, old with new continues in the dining room.
The Olympics have officially arrived here in beautiful British Columbia. The flame has traveled through the surrounding Greater Vancouver area and is arriving at the Opening Ceremonies today. I had […]
Love the starburst mirror. Mirror on Mirror
Shades of gray are timeless… classic. In this magnificent Palais built by Beatrice Ephrussi de Rothschild from 1905 to 1912, several rooms are painted in varying shades of gray, and […]
Welcoming. Inviting. Charming and cheerful. These front entrances are a great greeting and you wish you could see the interior! all photos Sue Womersley
Arriving an hour and fifteen minutes early to Schipol (Wow, that never happens, thank you KLM!) gave us more than 7 hours at the airport, plenty of time to get […]