Comforts of home

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William Morrow, 2000 - Architecture - 143 pages
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Gone are the days of cold, inflexible minimalist decorating that was so popular in the past. Today's welcoming home radiates personality and warmth from every room. The Comforts of Home provides people with the freedom to show off their personal tastes without constraint to create a home that is relaxed and inviting. Photographs, vacation souvenirs, and other memorabilia blend cozily together with warm wool throws, floral patterns, and old velvet cushions that welcome family and visitors into the folds of each home's snug and tranquil embrace. Organized by room, with chapters on living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens, bedrooms, studios, activity centers, and bathrooms, The Comforts of Home provides affordable and easy-to-achieve tips and techniques to stylish, modern, and romantic decorating.

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Review: The Comforts of Home: Creating Relaxed Rooms with a Romantic Feel

User Review  - Kelley - Goodreads

The photos make you feel a moment of quiet, they are so serene. Read full review

Review: The Comforts of Home: Creating Relaxed Rooms with a Romantic Feel

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Perfect Cheddar Cheese Straws recipe. Will try oyster stew recipe this fall. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
14
Section 3
16
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About the author (2000)

Atlanta Bartlett is an interior designer whose trademark look is accessible and easy-going. She has worked for magazines including Homes & Gardens, Red, and Harpers Bazaar. Atlanta is the author of the bestselling The Relaxed Home (also Ryland Peters & Small).

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