Thursday, October 20, 2011

Friday’s Favs… Deepwood Estates {part deux}

A couple of days ago I posted about my blog friend inviting me to meet her

and some other bloggers for a day out.

We toured historic Deepwood Estate in Salem, Oregon.

I showed you some garden and exterior photos,

and now here are some interior shots of this beautiful, historic home.

The sunroom is across the porch from the front door.

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Beautiful stained glass windows are throughout the home.

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In the dining room the wall is curved, so the glass in the windows is curved!

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Beautiful woodwork abounds.

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This is my favorite stained glass window in the house.

Can you believe it’s in the bathroom?

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Lovely old embroidery work.

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Beautiful fireplaces in the bedrooms.

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Lovely old transoms.

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Arched doorways and cornices.

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A stained glass window in the closet!

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Funny old hangers.

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The details on the doorknobs and hinges are amazing.

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I hope you enjoyed these glimpses of this historic old beauty.

HAPPY FRIDAY EVERYONE and HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND!

Elizabeth






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17 comments:

  1. What beautiful details! Sounds like a fun day :)

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  3. Absolutely beautiful. I really, really love old houses.

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  4. This IS a beautiful place with such fine workmanship! The stained glass windows are gorgeous...all the details you highlighted are so fine.

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  5. It just sounds like so much fun to meet up with other bloggers and go exploring.

    I keep trying to meet more bloggers in my area, but I have only found a few that are in the niche as me.

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  6. You captured the essence of Deepwood so well. I was there again yesterday and loved it ever so much. It was fun touring there with you.
    ~Adrienne~

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  7. such fun to see
    a glimpse of the past
    in these lovely old homes

    transoms
    built-in cabinets
    unusual baths

    just some of the delights to behold

    thanks for sharing with fridays unfolded!

    alison

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  8. Oh Elizabeth...those photos made me smile. Gorgeous colors, so warm and cozy. The wood work is just fabulous.
    love to you~have a wonderful weekend my friend.
    Robn

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  9. Elizabeth, this house oozes with stories to share! I love all of the historic character in every detail of the rooms. It reminds me of some B&B's we've stayed at! Thanks for featuring this beautiful home!!
    ~Leslie

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  10. beautiful shots, elizabeth! made me feel like i was at deepwood all over again! and that's a very good thing. :o)

    blessings..

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  11. I hadn't noticed the hangers. They must be lavender wands connected. What a fun idea.

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  12. This post was like taking a vacation. I LOVE lavender wands. I blogger I follow showed how to make them.
    http://asonomagarden.wordpress.com/2010/07/08/how-to-make-a-lavendar-wand/

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  13. You will probably be the best advertisement they ever receive. I can't wait to go there. Your sweet hubby used your previous day's blog at prayer meeting last night!

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  14. This place will be best place for worship, This IS a beautiful place with such fine workmanship! The stained glass windows are gorgeous, all the details you highlighted are spectacular.
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  15. What a gorgeous home, I love historic houses and you took fab pictures, they're so lucky, your did a great advertisement, wish they knew it! Have a blessed Sunday by our Lord. FABBY

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  16. Loved seeing this historic and beautiful home!! I adore homes from this era.
    You may be interested in seeing the post i did on the Stegmaier Mansion when we stayed there for the weekend in August. It was featured in Victorian homes magazine twice!

    Here is the link to the first post:
    http://debbie-dabble.blogspot.com/2011/08/my-dream-weekend-at-stegmaier-mansion.html

    There are links to the other post in this post!!

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  17. That house is amazing. Glad it was saved from the wrecking ball. The photo of the cornices and vintage wallpaper is gorgeous.

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