We are doing a one day painting of a winter cardinal right now. The kids did an AWESOME job today! There is a certain cardinal that you might have heard of…I ‘m sure…that the kids know very well, and were very excited to talk about. They made the connection very quickly. I did not even bring it up! We started with a simple line drawing with black permanent marker. I modeled it with them, and they watched a video on youtube. We looked at lots of images of cardinal paintings…
1928 Home Builders Catalog - 1928 Delevan - Small Vintage Houses for Today
The Home Builders Catalog was published from the late 1920s through at least the early 1930s and contained hundreds of floor plans and information for builders on every conceivable material and feature used in late 20s house plans.
1927 Radford Zamora - Spanish Eclectic Style - Small House Design Inspiration - Vintage American Architure
If you want a little house for the Southwest that has some vintage character, consider the 1927 Zamora by Radford.
1924 Simmons Bedroom - 1920s Design Inspiration
Though color in the early 20s tended to be more pastel, it became more saturated during the middle of the decade. Despite the bolder color, however, the look continued to be very feminine.
1928 Congoleum Ad - Ladies Home Journal
Congoleum made linoleum "rugs" that were intended to be easy care and attractive. This one is particularly pretty in shades of green-blue (Congoleum called it apple green) and fawn. This is Gold Seal Art Rug No. 522. Source: Ladies Home Journal See other bedrooms from the 1920s gallery at American Home & Style.
Edwardian bedrooms recreated in contemporary interior design colours
The interior design in bedrooms during the Edwardian era often had floral stripe wall papers in green, blue and pink. In Australia the range of wallpapers for interior design were available from Co…
1920s Kitchen Millwork and Cabinetry - Inspiration from Original 1920 to 1930 Kitchen Sources
Kitchen cabinetry was particularly useful and attractive in 'teens and 20s when built-ins were discovered as the perfect way to organize one's life.
OCTAGON FLOOR TILES are great for pre-war homes — 1920s, 1930s, 1940s — and then some colorways came around again in the 1970s. This tile style can work, I think, for either a vintage style bathroom or kitchen floor, and that dot gives you a nice flourish of color to play with. Octagon and dot floor tiles in 13 color combinations - Retro Renovation