A Practical Guide to Working with Parents
Inspired by her travels in the Far East and understanding of the principles of space and proportion, Kelly Hoppen's rooms proclaim an ability to mix materials and textures in neutral backgrounds for a look that is in tune with modern western consciousness. This work shows how you can create this cool modern look on a modest budget. Starting with an outline of her signature principles, the book examines the key topics of understanding space, making an impact, living with the seasons, feeding the senses, defining public and private spaces, creating mood with lighting and introducing improvised and unexpected touches to free the imagination.
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Partnerships with parents in establishments
Involving parents in their childrens education
Partnership with parents in the family setting
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