It's been a long time since I've done an Interiors post, and as you know that I love libraries I decided to return to that [...]
In this room, America was born--twice. Both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were adopted here.
This long quiet corridor in Chicago's most prestigious hotel has echoed with the quiet footsteps of guests since it opened in 1920.
This eye-popping bookstore in Buenos Aires was once a theater hosting operas and other cultural events. What a change!
The table is laid for an early 19th century style banquet where you'd expect to see nobility and royalty. Not so much anymore.
This dining room is part of a mansion once owned by a New York railroad and insurance magnate, now an arboretum and state park.
Few mansions are more evocative of the style of the Victorian Era than this, the former home of a wealthy Oregon mariner and businessman.
You can't find a more classic 18th century upper crust locale than this English location.
This bedroom from a Japanese passenger liner shows the luxury in which the globetrotting set could cross the Pacific in the 1930s.
This model of the famous bedroom from the movie is part of an exhibit at the Los Angeles Museum of Art.