There are many designs of sets of small tables and chairs made with good lines, and the wicker ones with lovely cretonne cushions are very attractive.
A discarded packing case divided into several sections and covered with cretonne makes an ideal magazine file.
It was furnished like the maid's rooms and the bed here was of painted iron with a cretonne bedspread.
The wall is tinted a warm gray shade, pink rugs are on the floor and a pink cretonne curtain hangs between the roomy clothes closet and bedroom.
The outer cover has a top of floral and striped cretonne and a backing of faded pink cotton.
But the cretonnes and tapestries of Merton are coarse and almost clumsy compared with these exquisite stuffs.
If variety in the color-scheme is desired, it may be introduced by means of cretonnes or silks used for hangings and furniture covers.
Curtains were made of cretonnes , silk and woolen, all matching the beautiful wallpaper.
All the fabrics took form at Mrs Aline's, a dressmaker; the nimble fingers of seven trainees changed laces, cadis, cretonnes and silks into blouses, waistcoats and gowns.
Many people do not understand the use of chintzes and cretonnes , other than in bedrooms and summer cottages.