Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 9, 1961 · Page 70
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 70

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BUNCANBUILT HOMES SPACIOUS SEMI-CUSTOM HOMES 2 - 3 BEDROOMS · DUPLEX APARTMENTS Complete lo 25-F1. "Sol-Back Turn-Key Job. NO E X T R A S FREE ESTIMATES on your pTani DUHCANBUILT HOMES GA 6-4227 1554 W. WARDLOW Open Daily 9 to 5 P.M. Member of C o n t r a c t o r s SHOP PENNEY'S DOWNTOWN M O N . - W E D . - T H U R S . - F R . . UNTIL 9 P.M. DOWNTOWN be lure they'll look right with your decor . . . SHOP AT HOME for draperies . . . slipcovers . . . upholstery! over 1500 fabrics! we measure, make, install! CALL HEmlock 5-914T for Shop-af-Home Custom Decorofing! See for yoiusc-lf umlcr your own l i g h t i n g how everything looks \vherc you'll use it] Choose fiom a magnificent group of top de-signer fabrics our decofrtlor-coHSttltftnl brings )o;/J over 1500 ehoicej -- designer prints, rich textures, unusual weaves, fabrics of every description! colors! Incredible voriely . 101 colon in some fcfcrics! count on our 3 generations · famous reputation for quality . . . from fabric Jo impeccable workman' hip. FREE ESTIMATE ON THE WHOLE JOB EXTRA CHARGES! CALL TODAY! HO DO AM, YOim nECOKATlXC NOW ... if purrlinvr IF 29/J5 or nmre TMiT IT ON PE-VNKV.S TIMK HAYJJKiNT PLAN no donn pnymetil, nionilib lo pay. IF YOUS HIGHEST BALANC£ IS: up lo sto aver 1£0io $100 $100 to S150 *15Dlo m-o I '00 rO 1750 1750 1« JjCO 5300 lo SCO S-4CO ic. 1500 1500 YOUR MONFHIY PAYMENTS ARE: 55 »7 SID i.:]i.»u talantt ASK FOR MRS. G. ETHEL FROST RO charge or obligation for Ihis sctvice! PENNEY'S HOME DECORXTING CONSULTANT FIFTH AND PINE DOWNTOWN LONG BEACH SOUTHLAND HOMES Southland takes its readers into a different, I 12 atfraetivc Long Beatli area hoirie each week Furnishings, styled fow In oriental manner, add a feeling of spaciousness to the Rossmoor home of Mr. and Mrs. Don De Benedictis. Above Is a view of the living room. Made to Order for Family Fun JfclFFERlNG from its neighbors in decor, which is Oriental within and without, the beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. Don De Benedicts, 11541 Harrisburg St., Rossmoor, is luxuriously filled and shows to the fullest advantage on the corner !ot which il occupies. A distinguishing feature about the home is the fact that the decorating theme is evident in every room. The Oriental feeling is inviting and restful and is used throughout the home. At one end of the entry By Siella George hall, a glass door which has a raised embossed design, can be opened or closed into the family room-kitchen area. To the left is the dining room and living room. A POINT of interest in the living room is the huge coffee table which is about six feet square, very low and designed in sections. Twin off-white leather conches face the coffee table, with the fireplace at erne end. A laige iihiCjuc of n horse hangs above the fireplace. Handsome Oriental l a m p s flank the couclics. A planter on (he lloor is near a window diicctly across from the fireplace and indirect lighting makes .it particularly effective at night. Large decorative pillows are on the floor nearby. Black leather chairs complement the while-topped dining room table. Glass doors in the dining room open to a bnai, which, in turn, opens to the patio-pool area in ihe i ear. TIIF. I.ANAI is gay and colorful with black, orange,

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