There once was House that was loved. . .

There once was House that was loved, A family with children, a third floor above . . . 

I have been imagining the first family who lived in our house at 519 Harmon — about 100 years ago, or in the early 1920’s — what love and joy the house must have nurtured, contained, and shared!

With a lot of care and effort, we might be able to regain that spirit. Here are some more pictures taken June 23, 2014:

bedroom door  pastel plaster  cropped-entryway.jpg

To me, the interior has the lovely quality of Drayton Hall Plantation in Charleston, SC — architecturally stripped down to bare walls, where each crack of plaster has a certain poetry, and the lighting is always pastel-infused.

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