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The craftsman
Volume XXVII, Number 5 (February 1915)

After the architect, furniture and fittings: number three,   pp. 547-557 PDF (3.6 MB)


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DINING ROOM FITTED UP WITH ENGLISH COTTAGE FURNITURE: FOR A SIMPLE ROOM NOTHING
COULD
HE MORE ATTRACTIVE THAN THIS PLAIN WHITE ENAMEL: IT HAS REALLY PRODUCED A
PERIOD OF
ITS OWN: THE SMALL-PANED WINDOWS, WITH THEIR CASEMENT CURTAINS AND SHELF
FOR PLATES
'ABOVE, SEEM ESPECIALLY SYMPATHETIC.
A BEDROOM ALSO FITTED IN THE ENGLISH COTTAGE MANNER: THERE IS A HINT OF THE
COLONIAL
IN THE MIRROR, CHAIR AND WINDOW DRAPERY: THE ARRANGEMENT OF THE ROOM IS AN
EXCELLENT
SUGGESTION FOR THE BEST POSSIBLE USE OF THE SPACE.


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