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Abandoned House

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Domythic Bliss

I've been horribly remiss, I know. The Domythic Bliss Facebook page has still been active and enthusiastic, but I haven't blogged here in far too long. Let's change that, shall we? I thought it would be fun to do a new series of posts where we imagine what the home decor of fairy tale characters might look like. With the cold air and changing leaves, Autumn is definitely in the air. I decided to start this series with a look at Baba Yaga. Click here to find out about Baba Yaga if you don't know her yet. Forest Rogers, who has done one of my favorite artworks and sculptures of Baba Yaga, has a *marvelous* Pinterest board with images of her. Forest's renditions of Baba Yaga: So let's start with the exterior of Baba Yaga's home. A few candidates: Source Source Source Source Source Since Baba Yaga is a Russian fairy tale character, the last dacha is probably the best for her. Of course a primary signature of Baba Yaga's home is the fence made from skulls. Two options below: Source Source Going into the property, Baba Yaga's garden might look like this: Source A perfect shot of Baba Yaga's interior: Source And what sort of details might you find in her home? Source Source Source Source Forgive me for this one but...well...it DOES strike me as something Baba Yaga would have in her home.... Source And finally we have Baba Yaga's mortar and pestle... There's this fine specimen on Etsy: Source or this gorgeous old specimen: Source There's this lovely carved soapstone version: Source But really, ultimately, I see Baba Yaga using this classic model: Source I'd love to take suggestions for other fairy tale characters to choose for exploring their hypothetical decor styles!

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Six Flags New Orleans by Mengalator on DeviantArt

From my most recent trip volunteering in New Orleans, our group drove past the Six Flags of the area, we had to stop. Six Flags New Orleans

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The old hotel that never was a hotel - Living Vintage

This building was never a hotel, believe it or not. It was constructed around the turn of the century and originally functioned as a bank. In the 1940s it was purchased by new owners, who made the top floor their private residence and converted the bottom floor into a grocery store, Glidden Grocery and Market. …

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Ghostly pictures of urban decay show the country's most eerie corners

For six years, Cleveland, Ohio photographer Brandon P. Davis, 26, has researched old spaces, taking sombre yet breathtakingly beautiful pictures of their interiors, which have long been forgotten by their human inhabitants.

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