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THE USE OF COLOUR IN FURNISHINGS
THE use of colour strong, pure colour in furnishing has become the fashion, but the ill-considered use of this may have disastrous results.
Even an insipid calm is preferable to a clash of discordant notes.
At Real's you can see brilliant colour applied to furniture. You can see bright pottery, gay curtains and carpets. Colour used thus, not because it is fashionable, but because it is understood and appre- ciated.
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