In 1972, Paley won a competition to design the gates for the bookstore at the Smithsonian's Renwick Gallery. (from www.npr.org)
Located outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, this lovely Tudor Revival home features numerous gables and dormers, as well as a large chimney that extends upward along the outer wall of the front facade -- a common architectural design element of English period revival styles in North America at that time.
"Yarramie Cottage was built in the 1920s with views across the Great Mackerel Beach valley in the Pittwater area north of Sydney. A sandy beach 5 minutes walk away makes this cute little stone gem a perfect holiday escape especially in the hot Australian summers."
Green Pottery Jardiniere. Flower Pot. by MoonstruckCottage on Etsy, $50.00
The use of hand-painted black base cabinets with painted white upper cabinets allow for a more open, vast feeling in this kitchen. Topped with white statuary marble, the island allows for seating, display cabinets and even an inset for the family dog's food and water dishes. Period appropriate materials to this 1920s cottage kitchen have a modern twist to them through both their color and finish. Counter-to-ceiling cabinetry maximizes storage and creates an appliance alcove to tuck away — yet ke