So here is my reading-list for January:
Aprahamian, Peter, Ann Gore, and Alan Gore. The History of English Interiors. London: Phaidon Press, 1994.
Day, Lewis Foreman. The Application of Ornament. London, B.T. Batsford, 1888.
Edwards, C. D., and Professor Gareth Shaw. Turning Houses into Homes: A History of the Retailing and Consumption of Domestic Furnishings. New edition edition. Aldershot, England ; Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2005.
Haweis, Mary Eliza Joy. The Art of Beauty. London : Chatto & Windus, 1883.
Hayward, S. P. “The House Useful and Beautiful : A Study of Late Victorian and Edwardian Theories of Furnishing and Interior Decoration.” Ph.D., Royal College of Art, 1990.
Long, Helen Clare. “The British Domestic Interior 1880 to 1914 : A Study of Fixed Decoration in Middle-Class Housing.” Ph.D., Brighton Polytechnic, 1990.
Neiswander, Judith. The Cosmopolitan Interior: Liberalism and the British Home, 1870-1914. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 2008.
Neiswander, Judith Ann. “Liberalism, Nationalism and the Evolution of Middle-Class Values : The Literature on Interior Decoration in England, 1875-1914.” Ph.D., Queen Mary, University of London, 1988.
Orrinsmith, Lucy. The Drawing-Room: Its Decorations and Furniture. Macmillan, 1878.
Yapp, George Wagstaffe. Art industry, furniture, upholstery, and house decoration. London, J. S. Virtue & co., limited 1879], 1879.
Aspin, Philip. “Architecture and Identity in the English Gothic Revival 1800-1850.” Ph.D., University of Oxford, 2013.
Lepine, Ayla. “Queer Gothic: Architecture, Gender and Desire.” Accessed October 13, 2015.
Lindfield, Peter Nelson. “Furnishing Britain : Gothic as a National Aesthetic, 1740-1840.” Ph.D., University of St Andrews, 2012.
Reid, Hew. “The Furniture Workers : From Craft to Industrial Union, 1865-1872.” Ph.D., University of Warwick, 1982. http://wrap.warwick.ac.uk/34800/
Riall, Ernest. “Making Fashionable Furniture in England and France during the Age of Elegance,” 2012. http://eprints.bucks.ac.uk/252/
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