Chic Country Style

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Sterling Pub., Feb 1, 2005 - House & Home - 144 pages
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More than ever, today's home decorators want to "go country," for its unmatched coziness and warmth. They can make that move with these hundreds of eye-catching photos, all displaying the most beautiful and economical ways to turn any home country chic.

What makes a home country? It's that unmistakable feeling of comfort pouring out of every nook and cranny; there are simply no hard and fast rules for how it will look. With the help of numerous splendid photos, step into a variety of breathtaking country houses, all displaying this newly chic and always welcoming style. Each space undergoes a transformation through the decorative use of old fabrics, china, baskets, toys, trunks, and other "finds." Choose Seaside Cottage, with model boats displayed everywhere, faded quilts on overstuffed chairs, and a hammock to relax in; or select Formal and Fabulous, with glossy handcarved wood, plenty of texture, and hand-painted pottery. Other appealing options include Rustic Cabin, Summer Getaway, Collector's County, and more.

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