Friday, November 26, 2010

'Frost Mill Lodge' Interiors

The accompanying interiors to 'Frost Mill Lodge', the Irving Brokaw estate designed by Walker & Gillette c. 1926 in Mill Neck. Click HERE for more on 'Frost Mill Lodge'. Pictures from the Library of Congress.



5 comments:

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Anonymous said...

I know people criticized the exterior, but I quite like these interior shots..circa whenever.

John J Tackett said...

It could greatly benefit from a little fine tuning, but what couldn't? The potential, in sensitive hands, is enormous!

An Aesthete's Lament said...

Decorator, please? The library is especially lovely.

An Aesthete's Lament said...

There is something Soanian about the main fa├žade, don't you think? I don't find it unattractive at all. Very interesting in fact, a bit brooding, and very distinctive. I'd rather live there than in a fine but nonetheless run-of-the-mill Georgian Revival.