Furniture for Small Houses: Everyday Interior Design in The 1920s

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Jeremy Mills Publishing, 2007 - Design - 104 pages
Originally published in the 1920s, Furniture for Small Houses offers a fascinating glimpse into everyday homes of the time. Reflecting a general desire in the years following World War I to improve the surroundings of ordinary people, Percy A Wells presents a series of designs that are forerunners of today's modern furniture in their simplicity and practicality. Photos and plans accompany clear explanations of each item's features, making Furniture for Small Houses a wonderfully illuminating resource for designers, historians and anyone with an interest in furniture-making or interiors.

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