Pottery Barn Home

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Clay Ide, Samantha Moss
Oxmoor House ; Menlo Park, Calif., Oct 1, 2005 - House & Home - 368 pages
4 Reviews
Introducing the ultimate sourcebook for the stylish home: Pottery Barn House Home is filled with easy ideas for decorating, updating, and furnishing a cohesive, welcoming space. Whatever your style or budget, whether youre completely remodeling or simply refreshing one room, youll find inspiration and practical guidelines to make your home a special place to be.

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Review: Pottery Barn Home (Pottery Barn Design Library)

User Review  - Deidra - Goodreads

This book was out of my league. Showing off the abundance of natural light in your house isn't hard, if you have windows bigger than 4 square feet. And balancing my deep and luxurious soaker tub and ... Read full review

Review: Pottery Barn Home (Pottery Barn Design Library)

User Review  - Audrey - Goodreads

If you are a fan of the PB home decorating books but don't have easy access to them, this book reads almost like a "best of." Although I grab these books for the eye candy, there's plenty of text and it's easy to read and compiles a lot of useful design information. Read full review



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About the author (2005)

Samantha Moss, a freelance writer and editor, directed the catalog and Web editorial teams for Pottery Barn, Pottery Barn Kids, and PBteen. She lives in the San Francisco Bay area.

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