Celtic: design and style in homes of Scotland, Ireland, and Wales
A glorious celebration of a vernacular architecture born of an ancient cultural heritage and intimately connected to the land. With a complete source guide for crafts and home decorating, plus a thorough bibliography. Full-color illustrations.
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