Ornament with Sybil Tawse signature
Sybil Tawse
Illustrations for The Ideal Home
by Matilda Lees-Dods

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The Ideal Home: How to Find It. How to Furnish It. How to Keep It.
London, The Waverley Book Company, Ltd., n.d. [1916]
Large 4to, 976pp
36 colour plates painted by Sybil Tawse (Part 1)

Also 12 colour plates by W.B. Handforth of servings of food.

 
Sybil Tawse - The Ideal Home 1

1. Entrance hall.

Sybil Tawse - The Ideal Home 2

2. The morning-room.

Sybil Tawse - The Ideal Home 3

3. Living-room in flat.

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4. Corridor in flat.

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5. The parlour.

Sybil Tawse - The Ideal Home 6

6. Landing stair-head.

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7. The fireplace.

Sybil Tawse - The Ideal Home 8

8. The dining-room.

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9. The drawing-room.

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10. Electric lamps and candelabra with coloured shades.

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11. Corner of inner drawing-room, looking through to the boudoir.

Sybil Tawse - The Ideal Home 12

12. The library.

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13. Oriental screen.

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14. The study.

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15. The billiard-room.

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16. The music-room.

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17. Curtain for obscuring view and retaining light.

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18. A bedroom.


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