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Excerpt from The English Review, Vol. 24: June 1917
A little dressing-room fiirnished with unpolished chestnut is the link between the black and blue sitting-room and the star-spangled bedroom, where the furniture is painted a very bright leaf green. Startling as it may sound this room is really quite restful, for black is used lavishly and cleverly. The bed heads are in a black and gold-papered alcove, with an all-black ceiling. The carpet is black, with a jewelled pattern in which the green is reproduced. The rest of the room is papered in white and gold, and the black and white curtains are patterned with futurist effect. A vivid and clever. Colour note which catches the eye is a wonder fully coloured ower basket designed ln woolwork on each of the black satin covers to the big French pillows of the beds. The quaint little painted paper owers which appear in pots in the various rooms are extremely fascinating. The remaining rooms of the furnished at are the nurseries, to which allusion has already been made with the star-strewn, sky-blue ceiling in the sleeping-room and the painted walls and real blackboard dado in the day-room. Everyone seeking inspiration in modern art. Should pay a visit to this model furnished at.
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