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A Book of Distinctive Interiors

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A Book of Distinctive Interiors
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Publisher: McBride, Nast & company
Number of pages: 138

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Topics: Planning the living-room; Designing the dining-room; Decorating and furnishing the bedroom; The problem of the bathroom; The proper treatment for the nursery; Characteristic halls and stairway types; Planning the kitchen; and more.

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