Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge. Home of Jim Ede, who was the curator of the Tate Museum during the 1920’s and 30’s. He developed an appreciation for white-washed walls and minimalistic furnishings during a stay in Morocco. The house and all its furnishings were donated to the University of Cambridge in 1966. The works of many artists, including Joan Miro and Henry Moore, can be seen in the home today.
April 1971 - "A whole house for a canvas: Mrs. Lajosne Vargacz sits before a bedroom mural painted with the help of her neighbors at Kalocsa. Such folk art, once common in the region, today has few practitioners. Cane-and-feather duster resembles the long-handled paint brushes the artists used to decorate hard-to-reach heights." Via Sara Gossett
Antique 1920s Garden Photograph - Portrait in the Summer Garden, Hollyhocks, House and Hats. $10.00, via Etsy.
Love the whimsy of this Mason jar chandelier, would be fab in a kitchen.. might be time to visit the Consol glass store for a DIY project.