Decorate Rich: Creating a Fabulous Look for Less

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Sterling, 2001 - House & Home - 160 pages
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Want to decorate like a millionaire? You can--even without a lot of money. All it takes is a well-chosen focal point, that one special something, to make an entire room look newly and expensively designed. If you know what you like, but can't always put your finger on it till you see it, open up and dip into these dozens of marvelously photographed ideas, all selected with comfort, taste, need, and lifestyle in mind. Think about the effect of an unusual wall treatment, or an eye-catcher prominently displayed on a shelf: people's attention will jump right over to that object. And, when they leave, they'll remember the rest of the room being equally beautiful and imaginatively done. One way to achieve this magic is to use something you already have for a different purpose--a candle sconce as a hanging plant holder or a metal shelf as a drapery valence. Page after fabulous page demonstrates how small touches--even the way your bathroom towels are folded and hung on the bar--make an enormous difference, on the wall, the table, the mantle, the bed...everywhere, indoors and out!

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User Review  - Arielle - Goodreads

Lots of color pictures but not really my style. However-there was a great picture on p.65 of this awesome hanger-thingy (for lack of better words). Take a long piece of old, worn wood (maybe about 1 ... Read full review

Contents

On the Wall
8
On the Table
44
On the Mantle
58
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Ogden, UT

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