Inside the world of classic interior design
A collection of the most iconic designs from across the world, each designed to be viewed in its own unique light.
The series also explores the history of interior design and how it came to be.
The article begins with the most prominent of the classics, a time-worn and timeless design that is also the most distinctive.
The house of John C. Calhoun in St Louis, Missouri, has long been synonymous with its original interior design.
This is the home of architect John Cramer.
Cramer’s home is a monument to a design legacy that goes all the way back to 1820, when the first house of the Calhoun family, designed by architect John Calhoun, was built.
The Calhouns had just purchased a farm and were living in the newly constructed home.
The building was completed in 1827.
This was the beginning of a long line of houses that, in addition to their grandeur, were considered to be a symbol of wealth and luxury.
The design was so important to Calhoun that he had to leave the house for nearly three years to move to a new location.
It is also said that the house of Calhoun had its own coat of arms, with a large blue flower above it.
In addition to the house, there are many other architectural and historical buildings that trace Calhoun’s influence.
The main home, the house on the farm and the house in the farmhouse are some of the highlights.
The design has been widely praised for its timelessness, simplicity and elegance.
In the 1920s, it was widely acknowledged that it was the most beautiful and well-designed home in the world.
It was also considered one of the greatest examples of home design in the 20th century.
The original house, the farm house, and the farm were all designed by Calhoun himself.
The original house of Cramer, which was built in 1820.
Source: Google News articleA series of designs, from the original Calhoun farm house to the new house in 1826, is presented in this article.
The interior design of Calories Calhoun house is the most influential in terms of the impact it has had on interior design in all of its iterations.
In particular, Calhoun was known for the house that he designed for his wife, Mary, a house that was designed in 1828 in the style of a Victorian mansion.
The two-story structure, built in two sections, was designed with a series of arches that gave the house its character.
This was the original house.
In fact, it is said that Calhoun called it the “bigest and grandest house” in America, with its main entrance hall facing the house.
This design, with the arches and the original Cramer house, is the centerpiece of the original home.
This design was the basis for many of the designs that followed it.
It also inspired the interior design for the new Calhoun home, which is currently under construction.
In this second series of photographs, you can see the house as it was in the 1920’s, when Calhoun designed the new Cramer home.
In the 1920-1920s, the original House of Cramers Calhoun.
The farm house was designed by John Crames.
The new house is an extension of the farm, and has its own architectural elements.
It’s also the centerpiece.
In 1828, the first Calhoun House was built on the original farm house.