Making Space: Remodeling for More Living Area
Ernie Bryant, an architectural draughtsman with 17 years experience, gives advice on how to use interior design to increase space. After a discussion of the various tools needed, he describes such space-increasing conversions as adding a storey, refitting an attic, adding dormers, converting a garage and enclosing a porch.
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