Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Wordless Wednesday 153: The Mullioned Window



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14 comments:

Claire said...

Now that's a proper mullioned window! Sadly, we rent a mock-Tudor house and the windows are ghastly - and a pain to clean!
Happy WW :)

Deb Nance at Readerbuzz said...

Bet that keeps people quite warm!

New word to me..."mullioned"....

Here's mine: The Mysterious Case of the Brazoria County Fair Ribbons.

NC Sue said...

What a beautiful window, especially dressed up with blooms!

maryaustria said...

A beautiful window indeed!

Heather said...

Claire: Considering the historic nature of this house, I'm sure these windows are genuine. I love the look and shape of this one.

Deb: Happy to increase your vocabulary, and yes -- it does look quite warm, doesn't it?

Heather said...

Sue: I've always loved the houses along this stretch, and the flowers here definitely add to the architecture.

Mary: Thank you, I couldn't resist photographing some of the historic houses in this area while walking last week.

StarTraci said...

What a great window! My head is full of stories now.
:-)
Traci

Heather said...

StarTraci: Isn't this a beautiful old window? ☺

colleen said...

Swing it open and sing!

Heather said...

Colleen: It's been too cold for that, LOL.

Alice Audrey said...

The flower pots look like they are floating.

Heather said...

They do, don't they? ☺

Jana said...

How charming! :)

Heather said...

Isn't it just? ☺