Ty's Tricks

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Hyperion Books, Oct 29, 2003 - House & Home - 208 pages
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From the beloved and sexy carpenter on The Learning Channel's Trading Spaces comes a creative, fun, and practical how-to book for home repair and improvement projects ome improvement heartthrob Ty Pennington fuses carpentry with style in this practical and inspirational how-to book for tackling household projects both large and small-from decorating to home repair. Pennington shares the expertise gained from his years of experience as one of the carpenters on The Learning Channel's Trading Spaces and as a home renovation pro to create an accessible guide to eclectic decorating and renovation. Ty gives readers a sneak peek at some of the projects he's done in his own home and shows how they can be recreated. He also gives readers the lowdown on great tools-and provides a list of his favorite cheap and easy ways to transform any room. Filled with helpful tips, this inspirational book will help readers to explore their own personal style while building their confidence at the same time. It is a one-of-a-kind, fun, user-friendly guide, from a trusted and admired source.

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Review: Ty's Tricks: Home Repair Secrets Plus Cheap and Easy Projects to Transform Any Room

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Review: Ty's Tricks: Home Repair Secrets Plus Cheap and Easy Projects to Transform Any Room

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As fun to read as to watch. I wish there was a bit more of the technical though. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
iii
Section 2
10
Section 3
11
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About the author (2003)

Ty Pennington is the founder of Furniture Unlimited, a company that specializes in Ty's custom-designed furniture and accessories for the home, available at www.tythehandyguy.com. He is a carpenter on TLC's Trading Spaces and was named one of People magazine's "50 Most Eligible Bachelors" of 2002. He lives in Los Angeles.

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