Harmonious Home: Smart Planning for a Home that Really Works

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Ryland Peters & Small, 2004 - House & Home - 144 pages
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Judith Wilson takes you to the heart of fuss-free living. Imagine a home that works as a whole, from top to bottom, a space conceived with one strong and simple vision. Harmonious Home is a guide to creating a streamlined home, whether you live in a flat or a house. Learn everything from setting a budget to examining the architectural bones you already have; from perfectly sited heating and lighting, to visually cohesive materials and colors. There are also case studies to show how the harmonious home works, visually and practically. 70,000 copies sold in hardcover.

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Review: Harmonious Home: Smart Planning for a Home That Really Works

User Review  - Pamela - Goodreads

I did not find the info in this book usable. Too wordy and the photos did not inspire me at all. I love the title, but the book fell flat on following through. Read full review

Review: Harmonious Home: Smart Planning for a Home That Really Works

User Review  - Goodreads

I did not find the info in this book usable. Too wordy and the photos did not inspire me at all. I love the title, but the book fell flat on following through. Read full review

About the author (2004)

Judith Wilson is a former decorating editor of Homes & Gardens. Her bestselling titles include, "Family Living", "Babies' Rooms", "The Well-organized Home" and "Teen Zone" (all Ryland Peters & Small).

Jan Baldwin is a renowned photographer of interiors, food, and still lifes. Her work frequently appears in national newspapers and glossy magazines such as Elle Decoration, House & Garden, and World of Interiors. Jan has photographed nearly twenty books, including Waterside Living and Judith Wilson's Essential Home (also published by Ryland Peters & Small).

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