Perhaps you, like me, can’t get that catchy tune about the Frankfurt Kitchen out of your head. Or maybe my brief description left you wanting more. If that is the case, I highly recommend this post by Apartment Therapy’s Retrospect columnist, Anna Hoffman. It includes more historical context, information and images. If you, like me, find yourself pondering where the Adirondack chair got its name, or why peacock feathers were such a popular decorative motif in the late 19th century, you will want to check out the Retrospect column every week!
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