Built in 1652, the White House Tavern in Newport, Rhode Island, may be the oldest tavern in America. It operated throughout the 18th century, then experienced a long period of neglect. The building underwent renovations and opened as a tavern yet again in 1952.⠀
📷: Swampyank at English Wikipedia
This 1910 postcard depicts the Loomis Homestead in Windsor, Connecticut. Construction began in 1640, making it one the oldest timber-frame structures in the country. Below you'll see the Loomis Homestead today. What do you think?⠀
📷: Wikimedia Commons / flickr.com via InAweofGod'sCreation
A sunny day here is good as gold. When I walk down the stairs in the morning, with light streaming through the foyer, I know it’s going to be a good day. A reminder that my good friends @brettandkara just launched some new rugs in their shop @phillipshouseco and offering free shipping on all rugs, and there are some beauties in there! Free shipping is through the middle of next week. Have a great weekend all! #phillipshouseco#designyoureveryday
Today on Home Bunch Blog. I love everything about this #kitchen, from its flat black #faucet to the #countertop.
The countertop is 3cm honed Imperial Danby marble. Then – the fabricator did a 2.5″ mitered edge all around the kitchen and sink cutout to give the look of a very thick slab with less material. (2″ and up thick slabs are more expensive and stocked less often.) See post on HomeBunch and let me know which is your favorite room!
Link in profile!