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November 21, 2008



jGorgeous...this is the stuff you see in books, not actually in someone's place of residence. Thanks for sharing!


Hi Richard,
Reading about this particular Door of the Month - and it's building's distinctive 1930's details - made me realize that you've actually become an architectural historian of Paris ... a chronicler, scribe and archaeologist of each decade's "moments" in design. Hmmmm ... I sense a small important book is in the makes and someday I'll be ready to take in every page. Bravo ! - Cheryl


Wow…how beautiful……. Thank you


Faboo buildings and photos! The carpet looks so bright, fresh and un-trod upon.

Mary Ann

Hey, would someone PLEASE remake this beautiful carpet pattern? There is a market for this fab. look and all things from this wonderful era! Great Find Richard!


By the way, I downloaded the 30's carpet shot on my computer- stretched as


I loved the doors from Friday 21st. Beautiful. I think I will use them to design a fabric. I am really into patterns right now.

Robin Kerr Drulard

Paris at Xmas is so beautiful -- I am writing from Florida where if you can find a Santa, he's in shorts!

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