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Graeve, Oscar (ed.) / Delineator
Vol. 118, No. 6 (June, 1931)

[Continued articles and works],   pp. 66-87 PDF (13.4 MB)


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a cottage by the sea
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dreams come true. First an idea.
Then the plan. Then reality.
Sometimes disappointment.
Unless you examine more
closely the things that dream
rooms are made of.
This solarium, for example-
could you copy it? Adapt it to
your home? And where uviu!J
you start?
Some changes would nat-r-
ally have to be made. Even the
floor might take on a different
hue. But you would miss the
cue entirely if you didn't plan
at the beginning to make your
floor the color basis for your sch
For after all, the thing you are tr
to capture is a subtle somethinj
call character or charm. The roon
magazines that stir your imagina
have it. The decorators who plan t
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liere is one dream come true of a sun room that faces the sea, u ith a fioor that capture the cor c, u ind- u rinkled
uwaves. Ask for Armstrong's Straight Line Inlaid No. 14153. And have it cemented ozer linoleum                lining felt.
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hese
interiors always start with the floor.
Perhaps that's why Armstrong's Lino-
leum is a favorite floor in Decorating
Land. There's such a wealth of colors
and designs. The new De Luxe Marble
effects in particular-soft blends of deli-
cate tints and tones that literally sparkle
with refreshing charm. They'll help you
capture that bit of a rainbow you
dreamed of for a floor!
Linoleum, furniture, and department
stores near your home are showing
these newest Armstrong Floor effects.
See them when you shop. Take partic-
ular notice of the satin-smooth finish-
for it holds the glad promise of
easier housekeeping. It is actually
spot-proof and stain-proof-
Arm3trongs Heather jaspe No. on
Arnsro
Produ
made so by the Accolac Process. You
keep this lacquer surface gleaming by
occasional relacquering or waxing. If
you'd like a whole bookful of dream
rooms come true, send for the new
color- illustrated "Home Decorator's
Idea Book." Just enclose 10 to cover
cost of mailing. Address Armstrong
Cork Company, Floor Division,
ngs 1045 Charlotte Street, Lancaster,
Pennsylvania. (Makers of cork
m   products since 1860)
Arms trong sJinoeun7Yoors
for every room in Ilie house
PLAIN  . . . INLAID  * * * EMBOSSED  * * * JASPL  . . * PRINTED  . . . and  ARMSTRONG'S  QUAKER  RUGS
D EL IN E A TOR
JUNE. 1931


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