Stucco (Evening Star 19 July 1927): ‘MEALS ROOM. The big tile grate in the meals room js a gigantic affair that reaches to the ceiling, and certainly dominates everything there. The grate is wrought iron, with herringbone fire bricks. The five-light electric fitting is of an unusual type, a large globe being surrounded by four satellites.’
Stucco (Evening Star 26 July 1927): ‘Following are particulars that have been supplied of the painting and glazing work at Mr Ambrose Hudson’s house, Tweed street. Mr S. F. Aburn was the contractor … Dining and meals rooms: Ceiling calcomined white, woodwork stained in walnut and flat varnished; walls papered with English wallpapers. Dividing doors, bevelled plate glass’.