House of belief: creating your personal style

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Gibbs Smith, 2000 - Architecture - 137 pages
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Using vivid and lavish photography and numerous how-to sidebars, Katillac leads readers down their own paths of self-discovery through interior decorating--a unique look at the world of design. 140 color photos.

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Review: House of Belief: Creating Your Own Personal Style

User Review  - Idiosyncratic - Goodreads

I'm always amazed at the number of people who don't seem to care what their environment looks like; they don't seem bothered by the fact that their home is drab or stark or decorated in some hip, but ... Read full review

Review: House of Belief: Creating Your Own Personal Style

User Review  - Grace - Goodreads

Even if you don't aesthetically prefer the arrangements photographed in this volume, (I didn't like many) it's a huge inspiration to create a personal space that expresses your personal beliefs ... Read full review

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Through her design consultancy, Kelee Katillac helps families reconnect with their creativity and potential by making their homes into an expression of their beliefs. Kelee has demonstrated her design philosophy on Oprah, The Christopher Lowell Show, and in numerous national magazines including House Beautiful and Better Homes and Gardens. She lives in Kansas City, Missouri.

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