Title: American homes and gardens
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Subjects: Architecture, Domestic Landscape gardening
Publisher: New York : Munn and Co
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Biodiversity Heritage Library
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toysare among the most pop-ular, though that originalCecil Aldin Cracking theWhip group has by nomeans been ousted fromfavor. Such sections areoften framed, or put upwith glass headed pins, orpasted between architect-ural features. At any ratethey should not be placedaround the top of the wall,both because the effect ismonotonous and up wherethe little occupant canhardly see it. While this type of deco-ration is best suited to up-stairs rooms, splendid ef-fects may be noted on themain floor of many an at-tractive house. A dining-room, foi in-stance, may be vastly en-riched by means of a crowncut from a fruit paper. Acertain inviting dining-room in a Florida winterhome has its cream wall-paper topped by a designcut from an orange-figuredpaper, showing fruit thatlooks as real as that whichhangs outside the broaddining-room window. Veryoften the smaller fruits areutilized with fine effect,though it would be difficult to ditself as completely as the grape,done in natural wood is cut from
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Nasturtium Crown with Ivory Ground and Narrow High Gloss Stripe
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