This rare book invited homeowners of the Victorian era to eschew qwhite houses with green blindsq and join in the revolutionary trend towards colorful houses. They explain clearly how to mix primary and secondary colors to achieve such popular, mellow tones of the period as olive, russet, citrine, buff, plum, and sage. 20 color plates.IT has been thought best to introduce a few plates by way of illustrating the interior application of paint upon wood-work and wall surfaces. The subject is one that demands more attention than we can here give it, but as the object of the work isanbsp;...
|Title||:||Authentic Color Schemes for Victorian Houses|
|Author||:||E. K. Rossiter, F. A. Wright|
|Publisher||:||Courier Corporation - 2012-07-19|