Weekend Links

Happy Friday!

On Fridays, I often share links to things I’ve found inspiring or interesting around the web. Here are some things I saved to share with you here.

Emily A. Clark is talking about unintentionally styled shelves. She says “after mine were “finished”, I’ve continued to add in more books, little objects my kids have made in art class, loose photographs. . . To me, it makes a room more interesting and cozier.”

Ben Pentreath made a quick visit to DC and shared his pics of tours of the White House, Mount Vernon, Monticello, and more. His tour of the White House was given by the Chief Curator so he got to see a lot of spaces you don’t get to see on an average tour, including the kitchens and pantries.

Did you know there’s Instagram (and a website) called Cheap Old Houses? It’s full of, well, cheap old houses. And it’s a lot of fun to follow.

Mary Carol Garrity of Nell Hills shares how to live with a bookworm. This post is full of great ideas for those of us who love both books and houses.

Finally, this is not in any way house-related, but this animation of changes in the world population from 10,000 BCE to the present is fascinating.

I hope you have a good weekend.












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