Principles of Home Decoration, With Practical Examples
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Principles of Home Decoration, With Practical Examples

By Candace Wheeler
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  • Principles of Home Decoration
    • With Practical Examples
      • By
    • By
    • Candace Wheeler
      • New York
        • Doubleday, Page & Company
        • 1903
        • Published February 1903
        • Dining-room in "Pennyroyal" (in Mrs. Boudinot Keith's Cottage, Onteora)
      • Doubleday, Page & Company
      • 1903
      • Published February 1903
      • Dining-room in "Pennyroyal" (in Mrs. Boudinot Keith's Cottage, Onteora)
      • CONTENTS
      • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
    • New York
      • Doubleday, Page & Company
      • 1903
      • Published February 1903
      • Dining-room in "Pennyroyal" (in Mrs. Boudinot Keith's Cottage, Onteora)
    • Doubleday, Page & Company
    • 1903
    • Published February 1903
    • Dining-room in "Pennyroyal" (in Mrs. Boudinot Keith's Cottage, Onteora)
    • CONTENTS
    • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
  • Principles of Home Decoration
    • CHAPTER I
      • DECORATION AS AN ART
        • "Who creates a Home, creates a potent spirit which in turn doth fashion him that fashioned."
      • "Who creates a Home, creates a potent spirit which in turn doth fashion him that fashioned."
    • DECORATION AS AN ART
      • "Who creates a Home, creates a potent spirit which in turn doth fashion him that fashioned."
    • "Who creates a Home, creates a potent spirit which in turn doth fashion him that fashioned."
    • CHAPTER II
      • CHARACTER IN HOUSES
        • "For the created still doth shadow forth the mind and will which made it.
        • "Thou art the very mould of thy creator."
      • "For the created still doth shadow forth the mind and will which made it.
      • "Thou art the very mould of thy creator."
    • CHARACTER IN HOUSES
      • "For the created still doth shadow forth the mind and will which made it.
      • "Thou art the very mould of thy creator."
    • "For the created still doth shadow forth the mind and will which made it.
    • "Thou art the very mould of thy creator."
    • CHAPTER III
      • BUILDERS' HOUSES
        • "Mine own hired house."
        • HALL IN CITY HOUSE SHOWING EFFECT OF STAIRCASE DIVIDED AND TURNED TO REAR
      • "Mine own hired house."
      • HALL IN CITY HOUSE SHOWING EFFECT OF STAIRCASE DIVIDED AND TURNED TO REAR
    • BUILDERS' HOUSES
      • "Mine own hired house."
      • HALL IN CITY HOUSE SHOWING EFFECT OF STAIRCASE DIVIDED AND TURNED TO REAR
    • "Mine own hired house."
    • HALL IN CITY HOUSE SHOWING EFFECT OF STAIRCASE DIVIDED AND TURNED TO REAR
    • CHAPTER IV
      • COLOUR IN HOUSES
    • COLOUR IN HOUSES
    • CHAPTER V
      • THE LAW OF APPROPRIATENESS
        • STENCILED BORDERS FOR BATH-ROOM DECORATION (BY DUNHAM WHEELER)
        • STENCILED BORDERS FOR HALLS (BY DUNHAM WHEELER)
      • STENCILED BORDERS FOR BATH-ROOM DECORATION (BY DUNHAM WHEELER)
      • STENCILED BORDERS FOR HALLS (BY DUNHAM WHEELER)
    • THE LAW OF APPROPRIATENESS
      • STENCILED BORDERS FOR BATH-ROOM DECORATION (BY DUNHAM WHEELER)
      • STENCILED BORDERS FOR HALLS (BY DUNHAM WHEELER)
    • STENCILED BORDERS FOR BATH-ROOM DECORATION (BY DUNHAM WHEELER)
    • STENCILED BORDERS FOR HALLS (BY DUNHAM WHEELER)
    • CHAPTER VI
      • KITCHENS
    • KITCHENS
    • CHAPTER VII
      • COLOUR WITH REFERENCE TO LIGHT
        • SITTING-ROOM IN "WILD WOOD." ONTEORA (BELONGING TO MISS LUISITA LELAND)
      • SITTING-ROOM IN "WILD WOOD." ONTEORA (BELONGING TO MISS LUISITA LELAND)
    • COLOUR WITH REFERENCE TO LIGHT
      • SITTING-ROOM IN "WILD WOOD." ONTEORA (BELONGING TO MISS LUISITA LELAND)
    • SITTING-ROOM IN "WILD WOOD." ONTEORA (BELONGING TO MISS LUISITA LELAND)
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • WALLS, CEILINGS, AND FLOORS
        • LARGE SITTING-ROOM IN "STAR ROCK" COUNTRY HOUSE
        • PAINTED CANVAS FRIEZE
        • BUCKRAM FRIEZE FOR DINING-ROOM
      • LARGE SITTING-ROOM IN "STAR ROCK" COUNTRY HOUSE
      • PAINTED CANVAS FRIEZE
      • BUCKRAM FRIEZE FOR DINING-ROOM
    • WALLS, CEILINGS, AND FLOORS
      • LARGE SITTING-ROOM IN "STAR ROCK" COUNTRY HOUSE
      • PAINTED CANVAS FRIEZE
      • BUCKRAM FRIEZE FOR DINING-ROOM
    • LARGE SITTING-ROOM IN "STAR ROCK" COUNTRY HOUSE
    • PAINTED CANVAS FRIEZE
    • BUCKRAM FRIEZE FOR DINING-ROOM
    • CHAPTER IX
      • LOCATION OF THE HOUSE
    • LOCATION OF THE HOUSE
    • CHAPTER X
      • CEILINGS
    • CEILINGS
    • CHAPTER XI
      • FLOORS AND FLOOR-COVERINGS
        • SQUARE HALL IN CITY HOUSE
      • SQUARE HALL IN CITY HOUSE
    • FLOORS AND FLOOR-COVERINGS
      • SQUARE HALL IN CITY HOUSE
    • SQUARE HALL IN CITY HOUSE
    • CHAPTER XII
      • DRAPERIES
    • DRAPERIES
    • CHAPTER XIII
      • FURNITURE
        • COLONIAL CHAIRS AND SOFA (BELONGING TO MRS. RUTH MCENERY STUART)
        • COLONIAL MANTEL AND ENGLISH HOB-GRATE (SITTING-ROOM IN MRS. CANDACE WHEELER'S HOUSE)
        • SOFA DESIGNED BY MRS. CANDACE WHEELER FOR NEW LIBRARY IN "WOMAN'S BUILDING," COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION
        • RUSTIC SOFA AND TABLES IN "PENNYROYAL" (IN MRS. BOUDINOT KEITH'S COTTAGE, ONTEORA)
        • DINING-ROOM IN "STAR ROCK" (COUNTRY HOUSE OF W.E. CONNOR, ESQ., ONTEORA)
        • DINING-ROOM IN NEW YORK HOUSE SHOWING LEADED-GLASS WINDOWS
        • DINING-ROOM IN NEW YORK HOME SHOWING CARVED WAINSCOTTING AND PAINTED FRIEZE
        • GLASS WINDOW BY DORA WHEELER KEITH IN HOUSE AT LAKEWOOD (Belonging to Clarence Roof, Esq.)
        • SCREEN BY DORA WHEELER KEITH IN HOUSE AT LAKEWOOD (Belonging to Clarence Roof, Esq.)
      • COLONIAL CHAIRS AND SOFA (BELONGING TO MRS. RUTH MCENERY STUART)
      • COLONIAL MANTEL AND ENGLISH HOB-GRATE (SITTING-ROOM IN MRS. CANDACE WHEELER'S HOUSE)
      • SOFA DESIGNED BY MRS. CANDACE WHEELER FOR NEW LIBRARY IN "WOMAN'S BUILDING," COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION
      • RUSTIC SOFA AND TABLES IN "PENNYROYAL" (IN MRS. BOUDINOT KEITH'S COTTAGE, ONTEORA)
      • DINING-ROOM IN "STAR ROCK" (COUNTRY HOUSE OF W.E. CONNOR, ESQ., ONTEORA)
      • DINING-ROOM IN NEW YORK HOUSE SHOWING LEADED-GLASS WINDOWS
      • DINING-ROOM IN NEW YORK HOME SHOWING CARVED WAINSCOTTING AND PAINTED FRIEZE
      • GLASS WINDOW BY DORA WHEELER KEITH IN HOUSE AT LAKEWOOD (Belonging to Clarence Roof, Esq.)
      • SCREEN BY DORA WHEELER KEITH IN HOUSE AT LAKEWOOD (Belonging to Clarence Roof, Esq.)
    • FURNITURE
      • COLONIAL CHAIRS AND SOFA (BELONGING TO MRS. RUTH MCENERY STUART)
      • COLONIAL MANTEL AND ENGLISH HOB-GRATE (SITTING-ROOM IN MRS. CANDACE WHEELER'S HOUSE)
      • SOFA DESIGNED BY MRS. CANDACE WHEELER FOR NEW LIBRARY IN "WOMAN'S BUILDING," COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION
      • RUSTIC SOFA AND TABLES IN "PENNYROYAL" (IN MRS. BOUDINOT KEITH'S COTTAGE, ONTEORA)
      • DINING-ROOM IN "STAR ROCK" (COUNTRY HOUSE OF W.E. CONNOR, ESQ., ONTEORA)
      • DINING-ROOM IN NEW YORK HOUSE SHOWING LEADED-GLASS WINDOWS
      • DINING-ROOM IN NEW YORK HOME SHOWING CARVED WAINSCOTTING AND PAINTED FRIEZE
      • GLASS WINDOW BY DORA WHEELER KEITH IN HOUSE AT LAKEWOOD (Belonging to Clarence Roof, Esq.)
      • SCREEN BY DORA WHEELER KEITH IN HOUSE AT LAKEWOOD (Belonging to Clarence Roof, Esq.)
    • COLONIAL CHAIRS AND SOFA (BELONGING TO MRS. RUTH MCENERY STUART)
    • COLONIAL MANTEL AND ENGLISH HOB-GRATE (SITTING-ROOM IN MRS. CANDACE WHEELER'S HOUSE)
    • SOFA DESIGNED BY MRS. CANDACE WHEELER FOR NEW LIBRARY IN "WOMAN'S BUILDING," COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION
    • RUSTIC SOFA AND TABLES IN "PENNYROYAL" (IN MRS. BOUDINOT KEITH'S COTTAGE, ONTEORA)
    • DINING-ROOM IN "STAR ROCK" (COUNTRY HOUSE OF W.E. CONNOR, ESQ., ONTEORA)
    • DINING-ROOM IN NEW YORK HOUSE SHOWING LEADED-GLASS WINDOWS
    • DINING-ROOM IN NEW YORK HOME SHOWING CARVED WAINSCOTTING AND PAINTED FRIEZE
    • GLASS WINDOW BY DORA WHEELER KEITH IN HOUSE AT LAKEWOOD (Belonging to Clarence Roof, Esq.)
    • SCREEN BY DORA WHEELER KEITH IN HOUSE AT LAKEWOOD (Belonging to Clarence Roof, Esq.)
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