Hints on Household Taste: The Classic Handbook of Victorian Interior Decoration

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Dover Publications, 1986 - Architecture - 304 pages
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One of the most important books in the history of 19th century interior design, serving as a basic source on what was proper, beautiful, and efficient  for architects, manufacturers, and decorators. Eastlake details furnishings of all types, decorative objects, cupboards, color combinations, carpeting and rugs, wallpaper, and much more. Over 100 illustrations

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An interesting look into the Victorian "morality" of art-manufacture and design, containing valuable insights to the Victorian Era's "absurd conventionality" in service to which most citizens ... Read full review

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Nothing like decorating in the true style of the era. This books covers everythung from Parquetry to Crockery to Jewellery. Amazing design book for the Victorian era Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION I
1
STREET ARCHITECTURE
16
THE ENTRANCE HALL
41
Copyright

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