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    Re: 1920s bungalow light fixtures

    KC, yes I agree. I actually linked you to the base model, but the one I'm looking at is more like this:
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    Re: 1920s bungalow light fixtures

    KC -- i know, right? I love Barnlight Electric.

    That's exactly what I'm going for--elements of urban and craftsman. I don't necessarliy want to contradict the craftsman movement by having...
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    1920s bungalow light fixtures

    I feel like this question belongs here rather than, say, electrical. My question concerns design sense and 1920s aesthetics.

    We have a 1920s craftsman bungalow with some faint art deco hints...
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    Re: Making newer furniture fit with old home?

    you are right. while i am not exactly overlooking that aspect -- (the sentimentality is why we sought it out to begin with) -- i just wondered if we could have it both ways -- make it somewhat...
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    Re: Making newer furniture fit with old home?

    thanks -- yeah i think staining it to match the woodwork is a good first step, as it reupholstering. I guess I just worry that the legs and cane backing are going to look bizarrely out of place or...
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    Making newer furniture fit with old home?

    Howdy all. Apologies if this is in the wrong place. We need some advice. We own a turn-of-last-century bungalow with dark red-brown woodwork trim and built-ins throughout. We also inherited my wife's...
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