If you have been reading this blog, you will know that I have encouraged all the readers to look at their surroundings. And I do that myself. So when I spotted this window, not in Exeter, but in our neighbouring town of Dawlish, I thought that I would share it in the blog.
It's a straight-sided bay window, but look at the decoration! Fancy brickwork in the frieze, which has been picked out in paint; then the ornate top and bottom of the columns that define the corners of the bay. But the most amazing pieces of the window are the circlets around each pilaster. From what era of architecture did the inspiration for these come?
And how wonderful that successive owners of the property have maintained such a whimsical design!