The Complete Home Style Book
DK Pub., 1998 - House & Home - 312 pages
For those who need to design a living space but can't afford a decorator, "The Complete Home Design Book" helps to plan a brand-new space or to adapt an existing one. Each section: bedroom; bath; kitchen; one-room living; home-office space; and storage; begins with a detailed questionnaire that helps define goals for any space. Simple step-by-step instructions teach how to draw three-dimensional plans to scale. Designs feature ergonomic planning .Includes lists of suppliers .Graph paper for planning rooms and fixtures.
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