Welcome to week 20 of the History & Home Link Party! This is the place to share your blog posts on anything home-related, antiques, vintage collectibles, and history! If you’re not a blogger and simply here to read – welcome! We’re glad to have you!
About three years ago I visited the historic Seibels House and Garden on a beautiful spring morning. I must admit I didn’t attempt to take quality photos, since I had no idea at the time I’d ever be publishing a website, but I have a few decent ones that I’ll show you today.
The Seibels House was built circa 1796, and is believed to be the oldest house in Columbia, South Carolina. Currently owned by Historic Columbia Foundation, it’s available for rental for weddings and other occasions.
Historic Columbia’s website has a few more photos you might like to see HERE. (Opens in a new window so you can come right back to us here.)
I really love the shade of red used in this room.
And if you read yesterday’s article, and you know I’m dreaming of building a sun room of my own, then you know I loved this historic home’s sun room, added on in the 1920s. It has that black and white checkered floor I’m thinking about!
I’ll have to try to visit the Seibels House again soon, and get good photos of its beautiful gardens. But now, it’s time to see what everyone else has to share! Feel free to link up anything related to the home, history, antiques, and vintage. Thanks to all of you who’ve been joining and making the History & Home link party such fun each week! ~Dawn @ We Call It Junkin.com