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Written and Compiled by H.G. Hayes Marshall. With a preface by Malcolm Mackenzie. Leigh-On-Sea. F. Lewis Limited. 1938. First edition. Yellow cloth-bound hardback, dust jacket. 287 pages. 231 b&w photographic illustrations. 9 pages of illustrated advertisements. 255 x 200mm (10 x 7¾"). 1.2kg. . English. Near fine; dust jacket has light shelf wear, slight soiling, lightly chipped at head and base of spine, short 2 cm tears at front forecorners, tears along top of spine folds neatly repaired with tape to verso, not price-clipped; slight marking to cloth at spine at lower edge, slight spotting to top edge; no inscriptions, a very good example with the are dust jacket.A 1938 visual guide to current interior decoration trends, using photographs of rooms and objects to inspire the reader with their own home. Chapters include Living-rooms, Drawing Rooms and Salons, Boudoirs and Powder Rooms, Bachelor Rooms, Garden Rooms, Fabrics, and Carpets and Rugs. The examples are predominately from London but also from international firms including Leleu, Paul T. Frank, Fortnum & Mason, Bruce Butterfield, Buffotot, Elydr Williams, Elden, Serge Roche, Betty Joel and Duncan Millar. Scarce in the dust jacket.