Illustration from the 1930 edi­tion Style Book by drap­ery-hard­ware maker Kirsch of Stur­gis, Michi­gan

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A 1930 illustration from a win­dow hard­ware man­u­fac­turer presents the well-fur­nished sun­porch.

Look out the win­dows to see a spank­ing-new neigh­bor­hood—of com­pat­i­ble dwellings and pic­turesque rooflines, awnings and wel­com­ing door­ways (not garages), street lamps and gen­er­ous side­walks—all on a hu­man scale. “The im­age is al­most a les­son in all the won­der­ful, old-school things no longer avail­able to­day, ex­cept per­haps on Etsy. This pe­riod of in­te­rior de­sign is as­cen­dant, how­ever, so ex­pect re­pro­duc­tions soon.” —Bo Sul­li­van, Bolling & Co.

Cre­ate your own Jazz Age and De­pres­sion-era lamp­shades with wire frames (their de­sign or cus­tom) from Smith and Com­pany in Los An­ge­les. Many styles, priced about $12–30 apiece de­pend­ing on size and com­plex­ity. cus­tomwire­pro­duc­ arowire-light­ing-collection

The ‘Capis­trano’ out­door daybed from Ser­ena & Lily has a Twen­ties Em­pire Revival feel. It’s made of hand-wrapped resin “rat­tan” on an alu­minum frame and mea­sures about 80" long by 42.5" deep. MSRP $2,498. ser­e­naan­

The Marvin Ul­ti­mate French Case­ment opens like a French door, with no cen­ter post for an un­ob­structed view—just like the win­dows in the sun par­lor. Var­i­ous fin­ish, cas­ing, glass, and hard­ware op­tions, with cus­tom pric­ing.

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