Image from page 59 of "Your home and its decoration; a series of practical suggestions for the painting, decorating, and furnishing of the home, comp. .." (1910)
Title: Your home and its decoration; a series of practical suggestions for the painting, decorating, and furnishing of the home, comp. ..
Year: 1910 (1910s)
Authors: Sherwin-Williams Company
Subjects: Interior decoration
Contributing Library: New York Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN
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Plate XXXIII. With Plain or Two-tone Walls in a Bedroom, Figured Chintz or Cretonne Should be Used for Over-Drapery  TOUR HOME AND ITS DECORATION
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Plate XXXIV. A Green and White Bathroom although to-day many people have a prejudice against a figurewhich can be followed with the eye. However, there are very charm-ing and beautiful designs offered in imported and domestic papers, and used as inPlate XXXI, withplain windowdraperies the effectis charming. Where plain ortwo-toned stripedpapers are used ina bedroom, figuredfloral chintz orcretonne is daintyand attractive whenused for over-draperies at thewindows, cushions,and furniturecoverings, as shownin corner in Plate XXXIII. Here the furniture has been enameledwith the same ivory white as was used for the standing woodworkof the room. The walls are plain green in color, showing a two-tonestripe. A material similar in color and design is used to cover thewing chair. Draperies and cushions are made of French cretonne,showing garlands of pink roses and green leaves against an ivoryground. Most people prefer painted or enameled walls in their bath-rooms and in the service department
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