Other such salvaged architectural elements
accent the entire interior of Trapp’s residence making it a
surreal dreamlike atmosphere, where interior could almost
be mistaken for exterior, and aged finishes call for admiration.
Gardens of ivy and dried herbs climb the walls and fill the
corners, winding themselves around the doorways and the
windows. a former bedroom, transformed into a bath, is
adorned with sweeping drapes of white muslin dancing with
yards of hanging ivy, and a 19th century zinc bath, perhaps
once a watering trough, perched atop a dark wood floor.
in the master bedroom, white antique lace forms a canopy
above the bed, encircled in a veil of pale netting. More
antique linens cover the cream-toned wooden bureau, upon
which a marble urn holds an arrangement of old cannonballs.