Wake me up when the bluebells are ringing.
vintagenatgeographic:

Bleak ruins of an abbey loom above the harbor at Whitby in Yorkshire, England
National Geographic | September 1971

vintagenatgeographic:

Bleak ruins of an abbey loom above the harbor at Whitby in Yorkshire, England

National Geographic | September 1971

(via lechatdort)


Bletchley Park during WWII (x)

(via in-ois-oisou)


I am back! With considerably more affection for england and a few more life experiences (and second-hand books). Still getting back into the habit of having the internet, but i’m sure it won’t take long as i’ve barely been back a day but am already writhing with boredom (and stress, as i am potentially homeless when i get back to Paris which is always  fun situation to find oneself in.) I’ve missed you all very much, it’s good to be back!

design-is-fine:

Henri Gillet, Nouvelles fantasies décoratives, 1880-1920. France. Via NYPL


vintageeveryday:

Tennis In The Bahamas, ca. 1957.

vintageeveryday:

Tennis In The Bahamas, ca. 1957.

(via sequinedskies)


decordesignreview:

guest room of Howard Slatkin

decordesignreview:

guest room of Howard Slatkin

(via stardustings)


fashion1930s:

Two fashionable ladies having some tea outside.
the-flawless-moon:

England, 1931 [Hulton Archive/Getty Images]

fashion1930s:

Two fashionable ladies having some tea outside.

the-flawless-moon:

England, 1931 [Hulton Archive/Getty Images]

(Source: telegraph.co.uk, via stardustings)


thefoodogatemyhomework:

Upstairs hall, untouched since 1964 in leading British architect Sir Albert Richardson’s (1880-1964) perfect country home in Bedfordshire, England. Via Christies, September 2013, image by Simon Upton. If you don’t think this is wonderful, then you need to go to your room and think about ways to become a better person.

thefoodogatemyhomework:

Upstairs hall, untouched since 1964 in leading British architect Sir Albert Richardson’s (1880-1964) perfect country home in Bedfordshire, England. Via Christies, September 2013, image by Simon Upton. If you don’t think this is wonderful, then you need to go to your room and think about ways to become a better person.

(via chardonette)


fuckyesbenwhishaw:

"...He was only 23 when he gave us a dark prince [Hamlet] who dazzled. And he didn’t stop dazzling. He’s now 33 and seems both younger — waifish and playful — and older. He talks with wisdom and with the rhythm of an old poet..." >

(via skippingropes)




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