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Stickley, Gustav, 1858-1942. / Craftsman homes
(1909)

The living room: its many uses and the possibilities it has for comfort and beauty,   pp. [unnumbered]-136


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                                     THE LIVING ROOM
A CHARACTERISTIC CRAFTSMAN INTERIOR, ShOWING T LIE ENThANCE HALL, STAIRCASE
AND LANDING AND A PART
OF I HE LIVING ROOM.   NOTE THE WAY IN WhICH THE LINE     OF THE  MANTEL
  SHELF  IS CARRIED  THE WhOLE
LENGTH OF THE WALL BY THE TOPS OF TILE BUILT-IN BOONTASES AND HOW II IS FINISHED
BY THE BALUSTRADE
OF 3HE STAIR LANDING.    ALSO NOTE THE MANNER IN     WhICH THE ENTRANCE HALL
IS DIVIDED FROM THE LIVING
ROOM SO ThAT ITS SEPARATENESS IS     NITRATED 0 ITHO IT IJESTIOTYING THE
SENSE OF SPACE WILICH MEANS   SO
HIGH TO THE BEAUTY OF THE MAIN ROOM.
BUILT-IN CHINA CLOSETS ON EITHER SLOE OF THE FIREPLACE IN A LIVLNG ROOM WHICH
IS ALSO USED AS A DLNING
ROOM.   BY A SLIGHT DIFFERENCE IN ARRANGEMENT THE CUPBOARDS ABOVE COULD BE
MAITE TO SERVE AS BOOKCASES
AND THOSE BELOW AS STORAGE PLACES FOR PAPERS, MAGAZINES ANIT THE LIKE.
1¹ublishcd in The  Craftsmen,  Febra 0,0, 1907.
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Pablished in ŒI/ic Craftsman, Novemnbe,, 1905.
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