Eszter Szabó

Eszter Szabó

I think I should have lived in the 50s-60s-70s. Great interiors, great fashion, great music. But no Internet. (Ouch!) Also see: szaboesz.polyvore.com
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Pastel Love by szaboesz on Polyvore featuring interior, interiors, interior design, home, home decor, interior decorating, mater, Kenroy Home, Homecrest and Hot Topic

Pastel Love by szaboesz on Polyvore featuring interior, interiors, interior design, home, home decor, interior decorating, mater, Kenroy Home, Homecrest and Hot Topic

The Pink Flamingo by szaboesz on Polyvore featuring interior, interiors, interior design, home, home decor, interior decorating, The Outdoor GreatRoom Company, Terrasol, Eleanor Stuart and WALL

The Pink Flamingo by szaboesz on Polyvore featuring interior, interiors, interior design, home, home decor, interior decorating, The Outdoor GreatRoom Company, Terrasol, Eleanor Stuart and WALL

Paris Apartment with brass by szaboesz on Polyvore featuring interior, interiors, interior design, home, home decor, interior decorating, Arteriors, Mirror Image Home, Broste Copenhagen and INC International Concepts

Paris Apartment with brass by szaboesz on Polyvore featuring interior, interiors, interior design, home, home decor, interior decorating, Arteriors, Mirror Image Home, Broste Copenhagen and INC International Concepts

William Andrews Clark and Huguette Clark, an American story of wealth, scandal and mystery - News

William Andrews Clark and Huguette Clark, an American story of wealth, scandal and mystery - News

Marville : rue du Temple, de la rue Dupetit-Thouars - Paris 3e 1866

Marville : rue du Temple, de la rue Dupetit-Thouars - Paris 3e 1866

Very sad indeed, that yet another American Gilded Age mansion was demolished in NYC. Location: 5th Avenue and 77th Street. The mansion was the residence of; Senator William A. Clark, father of reclusive heiress, Huguette Clark. Construction of the mansion took 13 years  (c.1895 - c.1908). Demolition took place, as pictured here in, c.1925, the year Senator William Clark passed away. ~ {cwl} ~ (Image: NYPL)

Very sad indeed, that yet another American Gilded Age mansion was demolished in NYC. Location: 5th Avenue and 77th Street. The mansion was the residence of; Senator William A. Clark, father of reclusive heiress, Huguette Clark. Construction of the mansion took 13 years (c.1895 - c.1908). Demolition took place, as pictured here in, c.1925, the year Senator William Clark passed away. ~ {cwl} ~ (Image: NYPL)

the Dakota Building (NY)... the house of NY's elite... originally built in isolation... its ambition was to set off a migration of the wealthy to the central park west.  guess it worked out

the Dakota Building (NY)... the house of NY's elite... originally built in isolation... its ambition was to set off a migration of the wealthy to the central park west. guess it worked out

Amazing One Element Logos

Amazing One Element Logos

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Jógastúdió különleges névjegye

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