Bellingrath Gardens: Colorful remembrance of times past by Carolyn Carter The fabled charm of the Old South is a rare commodity. But even in the
Artistically-shaped furniture The shops are running over with the most tempting and artistic furniture. The craze for old pieces is keener than ever, and the
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Plantation home architecture not truly southern (1952) by Fred L. Halpern Atlanta (INS) — Many of the white, tall columns used in Nineteenth Century Southern
Accommodating angles Cutting across from door to window, the “upper level” offers space to sleep and study, and leaves the rest of the room wide
Light at the top of the stairs is culmination of a dramatic 31-foot-long flight of steps in the Southern California residence of the architect Charles Moore.
Light a crystal fire Fire born of fire. The light of the stars. The light of the sun. The light of a chandelier by Waterford. A legend,
The store that runs on a wrench An invader from Scandinavia creates a build-it-yourself empire At a cavernous store in the Washington suburb of Dale
‘Small Fry’ drive-in restaurant playhouse (1957) Bright new ideas in hot-weather housing promises hours of safe summer fun for children. All these streamlined summerhouses
Brighten the cooking center (1961) This tile mosaic of whimsical flower designs is a two-way boost for the Herbert E Jansons’ kitchen. It adds brilliant
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