Living Spaces

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Friedman/Fairfax, 2002 - Architecture - 128 pages
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Transform the mood and look of any room in your home without expensive remodeling or even new furniture. A writer whose work regularly appears in the major shelter magazines such as 'House Beautiful and Home' introduces you to a whole new way of thinking about problems - that a problem in one area of your house is the solution to a problem in another area. Her simple solutions include; Re-arrange spaces and uses. Change the lighting. Turn a formal setting to an informal one. Switch adult's and kids' living areas. House your hobby in your guest room. Make a well-traveled area into a quiet retreat. Your imagination is the key, but ideas to inspire you appear on every page, and so do the specific steps to take to complete each change. Before-and-after photos with callout illustrations highlight each possible change, from specific quick fixes to a whole-house master plan.

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Tolliver is a writer specializing in home design and decorating.

Drew is the Managing Editor for Home Magazine.

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