Spring, breezing in with a tonic in every pocket, brought this bracer for winter-weary rooms.
In this fresh and bright living room decor from the 1960s, the silver walls wrapped bright, clear, Botticelli colors in a shimmer that made them seem even fresher.
The midcentury’s growing intrigue with the nicety of detail and with things Far Eastern were reflected in the pair of Indian wooden stools carved into a facsimile of lace paper, lacquered white, and set in tandem to make a table.
The lamp table, with its top scrolled like the neck of an ancient lute, is also from India, and the silver wallpaper’s pattern is pure Taj Mahal.
The low-pile carpet had lines of tiny white squared embedded in a field of red, both colors beautifully accenting the rest of the room’s decor.