Art for Interiors

One of the fastest-growing arts in the U.S. is interior decoration. Before World War II, it was mostly the rich who employed decorators to do their homes, and most American women would no more ask a stranger to tell them how to fix the living room than they would ask for outside advice on how to keep a husband happy. But in the last decade, the U.S. has become home-conscious as never before.*Decorators report that more and more of their clients are middle-income families, switching to modern homes or trying to spruce up traditional homes with new styles. Last week at...

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