This house was constructed in 1931 by W.J. Smith at a cost of $4,800. Many of its original features have been preserved, including the fireplace surround with vintage Claycraft tiles. These collectible Arts and Crafts-inspired tiles were produced in Los Angeles during the 1930s and feature attractive raised designs and a monochromatic matte glaze. The living room and the dining room have their original coved ceilings. Interior ceilings were made from a mixture of horse hair and plaster, a material used at the time for added strength and longevity.See photos of other homes on the tour  »
This house was constructed in 1931 by W.J. Smith at a cost of $4,800. Many of its original features have been preserved, including the fireplace surround with vintage Claycraft tiles. These collectible Arts and Crafts-inspired tiles were produced in Los Angeles during the 1930s and feature attractive raised designs and a monochromatic matte glaze. The living room and the dining room have their original coved ceilings. Interior ceilings were made from a mixture of horse hair and plaster, a material used at the time for added strength and longevity.See photos of other homes on the tour » The Tribune
This house was constructed in 1931 by W.J. Smith at a cost of $4,800. Many of its original features have been preserved, including the fireplace surround with vintage Claycraft tiles. These collectible Arts and Crafts-inspired tiles were produced in Los Angeles during the 1930s and feature attractive raised designs and a monochromatic matte glaze. The living room and the dining room have their original coved ceilings. Interior ceilings were made from a mixture of horse hair and plaster, a material used at the time for added strength and longevity.See photos of other homes on the tour » The Tribune

Monday Club Home Tour in SLO to showcase 'Secrets of Five Spanish Sites'

April 25, 2012 05:29 AM

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