Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on December 5, 1965 · Page 25
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Way-Ouf Exhibit Has Some Ideas BOARD AND BATTEN AND BRICK — The home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Aberle, 3505 Lake St., is an adaptation of an 18th century Virginia farmhouse, using old St. Louis brick and board and batten construction. The ihree-bedroom, three-bath home has a gambrel roof. All of the downstairs is floored with oak, and the walls are painied antique pearl. The family room and living room have fire* places. The family room is panelled in walnut with chair rail In the dining room, hall and on ihe stairs. Built by John Poche—Classic Homes—the house was one of the homes in ihe Parade of Art Associates Tour of Homes last year. PORTE CACHE — The home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. (Pete) Toomer, 208 Orchard St., is Early American featuring Mexican brick which gives .'ho rppcsrance of used brick. Across the front of J'-t '*ou'* extends an eight fool porch with brick pD'.sr-. A circular drive and a garage that is sepa- rslo from ihe house corrplele the exterior of the home. The three-bedroom home has a large attic icr storage and two storage rooms off the garage. The living room-dining room combination and the three bedrooms are carpeted, and ihe rest of Ihe house is floored with gre«n and while terrazzo. The large den with gabled ceilings opens into the kitchen with a bar, and both are paneled in pecan. The den also opens onlo a screened porch made of fiberglass screen pul on aluminum posts. The ceilings of the house are Ihe sprayed on vinyl creating a good acoustical quality. The home was built by Gaspard Construction Co. ecreation Room e Designed for Youn There comes a time in every man's hie when. . . ; That room he thought was a den is turned into what is called a nursery. . . Or that desk intended for looking over office papers at niaht becomes part of what is called a study center. . . Or the basement finished so c.'vrfu'lv to entertain aduii -.I 1 .:('••-{•> i- ;pk("i over by ihe iec»n- a?er- <<•<• what is called d«nc- in:;. Thi.t is an t-ra when more living space in a home really means more living space for the children. It's the chief reason why, when a couple is looking to buy a home, so much importance is placed on the expansion possibilities of the structure. Will there be a place for Jane or Junior when there is a Jane or Junior? And if 'here already is a child, where will he or she be able to play and sail be under the watchful eves of mother while she is preparing the dinner 1 'Built-lns' Are Popular In Kitchen Styles 'Pi- trend !<> kilt-hen "built- in-' 1 !- aftfi-tmp both sale? and MMmg of major kitchen apph- am-f s. Mure 'ban 'wo-third* nf all automatic dishwashers now be- in sold are underruunter models iniended for "built-in" in- s'allah'jri according ID Building Supply News. in addition, <w per cent of the undtrcounter models sold are in colors, wish coppertone the ni'tet popular. The remaining 3"> per cent are while. This is contrary to the trend not only in portable dbhwashers but in all other major kitchen appliances, where white sul! accounts i'.'!' the majority of sales. The trade journal said 12 JX.T- ctnt <>f American families own As for a recreation room, while everybody agrees it is for family use. the wise parents know" that it really will serve to give the youngsters a chance to play or talk with their friends without disturbing Mom and Pop. Those same parents, if their wisdom is still working, will see :.-. it that the recreation room is decorated with n kind of carefree tiiurh. Light colors and oven a little bjy.arrt 1 effect not only will please the youngsters, but often is a psycholog- ical tonic for the oldsters of those occasions when they are i permitted to use the room. j Painting one or more walls a | sharp, bright color is one way i to achieve a cheery atmo- ' sphere. | Realism also is called for in ! the matter of furniture and even in the types of walls, ceilings and floors which are selected if the recreation room is created after the family moves in. Sturdy furniture will serve the ' purpose af the sacrifice of beau- tiful but fragile fabrics. Asphalt or vinyl asbestos floor tile will stand up well, and those days can be purchased in sparkling designs. Acoustical ceiling tile may be a wise choice if some of the noise must be kept inside the room. Walls of durable materials are preferable over those which can be easily dented or punctured. In short, you might as well make the recreation mom a place for the young. You'll have to do it sooner or later. A decorating show should leave one with Metis and impressions, or it doesn't count for good if tnsies are to mature. At a recent decoration and design | show in New York there were quite a few far-out Innovations, some that would prove loo costly for the average pockelbook, and some that looked like everybody had run out of ideas. But some trends could be spotted and the ideas that were around could be put to good use. Use of velvet fabric and § number of paneled rooms seems lo indicate more formality ia the 1966 home. Even an out' door terrace was furnished with Chippendale chairs, comfortable sofas and handsome end tables, The luxury setting by Paul Krauss was made possible by a canopy of a laminated waterproof sheeting reinforced with rayon. Comfortable sofas covered in gay fabrics, and glass lopped tables, completed the scheme. A number of settings offered "the library look." A sleep capsule was enclosed in a wall of vinyl tile in a "dor- milorio" by Darin Pierce, a draped-renaissance-style bed was used in a paneled room by Tom Lee, a canopied draped bed with a shirred crown over a single Empire bed was seen in another setting. Some small spaces made every inch count. A paneled kitchen, living - dining section by Armstrong included a recreation room with waist reducer, exercise bicycle, bongo board and ping pong table, all in a small area. Window shades provided lots of tricks. There was an entire window wall in pull-down arid bottom-up shades fitted into a floor-lo-ceiling framework that I made the ceiling look higher. iTom Woods used shades in a : shell for a sludio retreat de; signed for Bigelow. Shades were I used for a seasonal change of ' wall. Plaid laminated shades i were hung within a framework ! of vertical black lacquer strips along one wall. When shades < were completely pulled up the ! solid color wall could be seen. Toile shades matched curtains in one bedroom. In another bedroom, giant yellow daisies on translucent shades were the i motif. There were brown and j black striped shades. Interior j designer Al Herbert bordered j shades in a game room with I black to match the leather lex- I ture in contemporary pedestal • chairs. | ! Velvet was popular in this! I show. Gold, brown, green, rust j and brilliant sapphire were used ion dining room chair seats. I Champagne colored velvet Wing j chairs were trimmed with rust • velvet and bright red velvet was on several Spanish-style oak chairs. Yale B u r g e covered walls of a room furnished in antique reproductions in Scala: mandre's terra cot la velvet i with matching draperies. Bris! tol blue velvet draperies were f)fl SUNDAY, DEC. 5, 1965, loko Charles American Classified Ads Bring Fast Results Used against H background nf charcoal and white paper in another setting. Black alligator was on thej seat of an antique Chippendale | chatr In an Oriental setting that was framed by a brilliant screen with vivid motif, The Importance of bright fabric with neutral backgrounds, was emphasised In a dinette! where A bright orange, yellow, J purple and green floral fabric j wag used on chair seats and | sofa upholstery, against pine panelled walls. Gold damask Is still a favored fabric for traditional wing chairs. j Color schemes noted In rooms j Included combinations of black, i white, blue; navy, royal, garn-J et and bronze; brown and black, I charcoal and white upholstery' on yellow wicker, walls of beige! and white ticking combined with j Wood panelling. One green and j blue splashy floral wallpaper [ was color-coordlnafed !o a bed j cover in a flame-stitch design, i One adult retreat established! a color scheme with a leaded j glass celling of brilliant col-; ors. There were a number of! auxiliary rooms designed for; the us6 of parents. The idea was , that they were to escape from i teen-age bedlam. , planning to build? be sure you check with MORENO'S tor Carrier THE WORLD'S FIRST CHOICE OF AIR CONDITIONERS I WHY SETTLE FOR LESS THAN BEST.,. YOU GET QUALITY AND DEPENDABILITY AT NO EXTRA COST. MORENO'S HEATING Ik AIR CONDITIONING Lake Charles HE 9-9428 Sulphur 527-5267 Not too big (a payment) Not too small (a term) day. twice as many as in 1'Jw.i > j'f.-- went over \ million ur;N .-.rcv^: 1 ')- ! >r u.e first time in ; ; --'-'i ;:; ; >i ar? expired so rw?. ; -". ni-l-nm annaaliy by !96'i. when undercounter models .i;Jle '"Ail! account for nioie tLitfl 1 million. i -.. .. .*.._.. *-••-_-4 Home loans have always been First Federal's main business. We can set up a loan that you will find most comfortable to live with. Often this cosis le.ss. It ousts nothing to talk \viih Southwest Louisiana's friendliest association about your loan, / IRST FEDERAL. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION LAKt CHtRLft KIRBY SVLPHVR-WASEif AT THOMAS YOU DON'T HAVE TO "WINDOW PEEP" 708 BLACKMAN STREET This beautiful used brick home features 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, sunken family room with cathedral ceilings and most commanding fireplace, separate dining room, large living room, a wonderful cedar lined closet, very large kitchen with walnut finished cabinets and built-ins. Your own choice of carpet, light fixtures, counter tops and bath walls. Entrance features big walnut finished columns and a most impressive walnut door. Lovely patio in rear of home. •PLUS THE SENSATIONAL ADDED FEATURE' Roma Steam Bath • Helps Tone-up Tense Nerves and Muscles • Helps Stimulate Circulation • Helps Shed Excess Weight • Helps Relieve Sinus • Often Prescribed for Treating Arthritis and nheumatism • Opens Pores for Beneficial Cleansing 9 Helps Soften Age Lines and Wrinkles • Can Help Relieve Colds «nd Other Respiratory l)ls- comforts • Steam Baths are Acclaimed Throughout the World as an Aid to Beauty We Use Only Quality Materials from Lake Charles Lumber Co, 349 SALE ROAD LAKE CHARtES 477-3229 Discriminating Home Buyers Prefer., OPEN HOUSE TODAY 2-6 P.M. 3614 Winding Woods lane f)r;vp out today lor an inspection of Ihis beautifully de- <->2rt«i ron temporary home. It features 4 b«\ln>oiiu, 'i baths, hime family room with cathrtli-al wiling, large k.tdion with built-ins ami luminous ooilini; anil fi spsciou* •.'Slkfn vlo.sei*. The 2-car E;jra««' is i-ooin finished and ihe enure roof i- wood ^!uiv,:le\i. Classic HOMES l)v CONSTRUCTION COMPANY PHONE 436-0501 IKA1UBINO dun me.

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