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1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 236 (225)

1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition
1948-49 Theatre Catalog
1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 236
Page 236

1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 236

canvas. Woodwork and carpeting also are green. Twin wingback chairs in the living room pick up rose tints 0f the wallpaper in the adjoining dining room, which is of rose and red figures on green base. Living room lounge chair is covered in gold, and sofa in green. An antique-topped coffee table also picks up the rose tint. Torchier lamps have green onyx bases.

The electric fireplace is done in suntan ceramic tile, as are window sills. A recessed light is set in the mantel shelf above the fireplace to throw an indirect glow on mantel ornaments. A crystal prism, hand-painted glass lamp on a tier table picks up highlights from the furnishings. Nylon drawn draperies are in eggshell shade.

The master bedroom is done in bluegray and rose, with white woodwork. Furnishings in this room are in mahogany, curtains and drapes in eggshell shade. Rose-pink lamp shades reflect roses in the figured carpet. Chaise-longue and bedspread are in matching bluegray.

A green-carpeted hallway connects living room and master bedroom, opening also onto the bathroom on one side and the cedar-lined closet on the other.

A woodblock pattern wallpaper is used in the second bedroom, occupied by son

Carlo Draw draperles match the paper- ALL-ELECTRIC FIXTURES in the kitchen relieve the drudgery of house work for Mrs. Peterson. Note Woodwork is eggshell and carpeting tan, the ample closet space. The main feature of the kitchen is the upholstered breakfast nook with large

. . 1 , I . windows overlooking the glories oi nature. In this particular instance the scene is wmtry and there is i' FurnlShlngS ale 0f maple! and a nduucal little to do until next spring, but Mr. Peterson and son Carl are snug and comtortable. l

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