House & Garden's Second Book of Interiors: Which Contains Seven Hundred Illustrations of Halls, Living Rooms, Libraries, Dining Rooms, Bed Chambers and Other Rooms of the House, Together with Their Color Schemes; an Outline of Period Furniture; Practical Suggestions for the Making and Use of Accessories; and a Portfolio of Many Beautiful Interiors

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Richardson Little Wright, Margaret McElroy
Condé Nast Publications, Incorporated, 1926 - Interior decoration - 223 pages
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Contents

Vermeer in New England
6
Painted and Decorated Hallway Doors
12
Lights for Halls
18
Walls and Books
27
A Twentyfour Hour Room
33
The Window As Background
39
Border Papers For Plain or Paneled Walls
45
Plain and Patterned Walls
51
Places to Enjoy The Sun
113
Outdoors Within Walls
119
The Curving Stair
120
The Characteristics of William Mary Furniti ki
126
Louis Sixteenth Furniture
132
Consistency in Furnishing
138
Shelves For A Variety of Places
144
Mirrors for Decoration in Many Pi aces
150

From France and England
57
CONTENTS
65
The Decoration of Bathrooms
92
Small Furniture
99
Kitchens of Color and Convenience
107
When Curtains Have Merit
156
In Place of Shades
162
Lamps and Shades
168
The Gaiety of Paper Screens
174

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