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Ceilings an Architectural Feature at Merlyn C. Keller Residence, April 1967

Ceilings an Architectural Feature at Merlyn C. Keller Residence, April 1967 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 19, 1967
Caption
Art Work Highlights Home - Sculpture by Bill Barrett of Ypsilanti dominates the striking entrance hall of the Merlyn C. Keller home, 2545 Blueberry (above). Dark walnut floors and white walls set off both the sculpture and the dining area, which features a royal blue rug and Kelly green chairs by Saarinen. A Vera Meyers painting hangs on the dining room wall. At the right can be seen a powder room, dramatized by wallpaper in a marbelized design of various shades of green. The striking living room (below) [this photo] features a marble and chrome coffee table with three wooden stools which resemble chessmen. The acute angled walls visible in the living room were designed to accent the view of the scenery outside.
Month
April
Year
1967
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