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- Williamsburg: Decorating with Style
- Catherine Calvert
- 10 February 2020
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Williamsburg: Decorating with Style Summary ´ 0 Catherine Calvert Ý 0 Summary review Williamsburg: Decorating with Style So fresh so modern so livable as it does in these pagesWith than 275 photographs by Jeff McNamara of Williamsburg's homes and gardens an engaging text by Catherine Calvert comparing modern living with the past and a resource guide that helps the reader locate the perfect reproductions Williamsburg Decorating with Style offers a look into the rich heritage of early American design and confirms its enduring value for our own lifestyles The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation was established in the 1920s by John D Rockefeller Jr to preserve the plan and buildings of the colonial capital of Virginia and to promote understanding of American life in the 18th century.Read & Download ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ý Catherine Calvert
Williamsburg: Decorating with Style Summary ´ 0 Catherine Calvert Ý 0 Summary review Williamsburg: Decorating with Style One of the delights of a visit to Colonial Williamsburg the restored colonial capital of Virginia is discovering the great treasury of design to be found in its historic buildings Every room of every authentically appointed home shop and tavern offers inspiration for today's home decorators Now a selection of these exciting interiors many of them completely repainted and refurnished according to the latest archaeological information on colonial life along with contemporary interpretations by best selling decorating author Tricia Foley is collected here in the first book devoted exclusively to Williamsburg designTo make the book useful for home decorators des.
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Williamsburg: Decorating with Style Summary ´ 0 Catherine Calvert Ý 0 Summary review Williamsburg: Decorating with Style Ign ideas are presented room by room Living Rooms and Gathering Places; The Bedchamber; Dining Rooms Kitchens and Pantries; and Home and Garden Interspersed with the rooms are sections highlighting details of particular importance for 18th and 20th century decorators alike color mantels lighting bed hangings fabrics window treatments floorcloths china silver settees doors and shutters staircases fences and gates and benches Following each chapter are the contemporary interpretations by Tricia Foley dozens of rooms decorated using the reproductions fabrics and accessories from the Colonial Williamsburg licensing program Traditional decorating has never looked.