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Image from page 34 of “Lambert’s suburban architecture” (1894)
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Title: Lambert’s suburban architecture
Year: 1894 (1890s)
Authors: Wm A. Lambert
Subjects: house plans — catalogs domestic architecture designs and plans
Publisher: Wm A. Lambert
Contributing Library: JD Collection

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nd drawers and small closetunderneath. The kitchen is provided with range, sink, andall the usual fixtures in the best possible manner. There are four large bedrooms with bays, bathroom, andservants room on second floor, each provided with ampleclosets. The servants room has a private staircase fromthe kitchen. The bathroom is wainscoted, and fitted upwith embossed closet, oval decorated wash bowl, andbath. There is a cemented cellar under the entire house, con-taining cold cellar, furnace room, servants water closet,etc. The building is heated with the most modern systemof hot water heating. The outside measurements of build-ing are 40 x 50 ; porch, 12 feet wide. Height of ceilings:first story, 10 ft.; second story, 9 ft.; cellar, 7 ft. There isspace to finish 4 or 5 rooms on third floor. All windows on first and second floors have inside Vene-tian blinds. LAMBERTS SUBURBAN ARCHITECTURE. 33 RE/IDE AGE. of R H.MEMP>wof. HACKE ATTACK. N.J A LAM BEET Architect 114… AAJLfAW <JT A

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Design No. 208. Residence of P. H. Mehrhof, Esq., Hackensack, N.J. (COPYRIGHTED.)

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How to make a confetti wall
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Confetti walls are great because these can be used to really bring out a spot for a focal point. Not only that, but they can decorate just about anything, from faux stone, to even a table in order to give it a whimsical feel. This article will tell you how to create a
confetti wall, and how to attach it to anything from faux stone to another type of surface in order to make it shine.

The first thing you’ll need are materials, which include a variety of colors in cardstock, one of those circle punch paper devices, and also a mounting putty. To do this, you start off by grabbing the paper and then moving your circle punch over each of these and then cutting out the circles. Now with this, it’s really your choice on what type of design you want, or even a color scheme. Maybe one of the rooms you’re using this on is actually a bathroom, and you want to give the faux stone
in there a more tropical theme.

However, it is really up to you, you just have to choose the design. Start to punch each of these parts, and then, once it’s done, you can then take them, and put the mounting putty on the back of these.

Now with the mounting putty, it’s important to know that a dot is a lot. That isn’t just a colloquialism, but rather, it’s the truth. A common problem many people who get into these DIY projects like to do, is they will apply a horrendous amount of putty mounting to this. For a wall that you’re putting it on, you need to only use a bit.

It’s best if you know what type of pattern you’re arranging on this. All too often, there are those that will have this whole slew of confetti ready, but then they don’t know how they’re going to do it. When you finish up, try to arrange it into some sort of order. It doesn’t have to be exact or perfect, just make sure that you do have a good plan for what you’re doing with this.

All too often, there are many people who need help with this, so do take some time and make the effort to do what you believe is best for you.

You can then apply it. Make sure they stick up there, and you’ll see that you get this done pretty quickly. You might want to put glass on top if it’s directly on a table to protect, but typically on any sort of wall, it’ll stay up there in no time, allowing you to have a great-looking wall of confetti that will make it look great.

A confetti wall is one that’ll allow you to have a much better and prettier sort of façade that will work for you. This article showed you how to do it, how simple it was, and how you can get started with this right away.

Image from page 23 of “Minneapolis journal of architecture, vol. III, no. IV” (1912)
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Identifier: LindstromandAlmarsMinneapolisjournalofarchitecture0001
Title: Minneapolis journal of architecture, vol. III, no. IV
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Lindstromand & Almars
Subjects: house plans — catalogs domestic architecture designs and plans
Publisher: Lindstromand & Almars
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In this design it will be noticed that the entrance hall is extended well back towards the kitchenwith a wide stairway ascending to the second floor with easy treads and wide landing, with toilet andlavatory under the stairs. The columned opening separating the hall from living-room, also living-room from dining-room isespecially attractive. A large fireplace at the end of the living-room and a very attractive sideboard inthe dining-room with leaded glass and beamed ceilings finshes these rooms complete. Here we have alibrary entirely separated from the balance of the house by a wide sliding door, which will lend privacy tothe room if desired. The kitchen being on the corner will give plenty of light and ventilation and is large enough toaccommodate a sing with drainboards, gas range, table, etc.; the ice-box in the rear entry; there is also alarge pantry with cabinets and cases. Four large bedrooms on the second floor with large closets and bathroom. Inside finish is hard-wood in the

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