Fifties homestyle: popular ornament of the USA
In nonstop color photos, Burns takes readers on a voyeuristic journey through a bygone world, illustrating the precious pieces that antique dealers and flea-marketers hotly compete for today. A must for lovers of Americana and nostalgia. 100 four-color photos.
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by Peter Dormer Design Analysis International
An American Living Room
Dining Room and Kitchen
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