Decorating with Americana: how to know it, where to find it, and how to make it work for you
Shows how to decorate with Colonial, Federal, American Empire, Victorian, turn-of-the-century, and modern American furniture, tableware, lighting fixtures, textiles, and floor coverings
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The Colonial Styles
The American Empire Style
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