Color in the American Home

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Creative Homeowner Press, 1998 - House & Home - 176 pages
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Color in the American Home shows how to establish a room's character with the decorator's most personal, versatile, and evocative tool-color. The book makes the case for the "power of the palette" with colors that are the essence of American style. America's many-layered history, diverse ethnic traditions, and lively regional differences offer a rich array of color choices for today's homeowner. Color in the American Home's clear, non-technical text will give homeowners the confidence to design with color in their own homes. It will also inspire them with beautiful color photographs of interiors from across the country.

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About the author (1998)

Margaret Sabo Wills is a well-known writer, specializing in home design. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Woman's Day Special Publications, Hearst Special Interest Publications, Country Living, Colonial Homes, Changing Homes, and Black Enterprise.

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