This chunky cedar bed was built with the same material as the room's fireplace mantel. Old zinc Popsicle molds, sometimes pressed into service as vases, reside neatly beneath the footboard-bench, while a leather surveyor's case rests atop it. The walls and linens were kept woodsy yet sleek with khakis and moss greens.
Modern Home No. 264B206 1916 SEARS ROEBUCK MODERN HOMES A favorite subtype among the different Craftman-style bungalows was the Swiss Chalet. Some were very Swiss with exaggerated eaves and woodwork. Others, like Sears Modern Home No. 264B206, were much more modest, with the most pronounced expression being the pierced pattern in the vertical slats of the porch railing. In the 1923 catalog, this plan appears as the Westly and was offered with two different plan options. One of…
A craftsman kit sold through the sears catalog for $1,874 Great site about these kits sold these homes between 1908-1940. How can you tell if your home is one of these: http://www.searshomes.org/index.php/2011/11/27/is-my-house-a-sears-house-the-nine-easy-signs-2/
Exclusively from Simons Maison Very trendy rustic pattern with tall birch tree trunks printed in contrasting charcoal on a white background. Easy-care, waterproof fabric Anti-rust metal eyelets Weighted bottom seam 180 x 180 cm