Bathroom Essentials

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Ryland Peters & Small, 2004 - House & Home - 63 pages
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This beautiful book contains just enough information for you to design and decorate your bathroom -- without getting sidetracked by fussy details or impossibly complicated schemes. Bathroom Essentials begins with a chapter on Getting the Elements Right, which covers room planning, surfaces, flooring, and lighting, and then moves on to consider fixtures and appliances, storage, furniture, and accessories. The second chapter, Putting it Together, showcases different looks and needs, from country style to family-friendly bathrooms. Here you'll see how decorative planning works in practice, with the help of plenty of color photographs of real homes. Hard-working bullet points supplement the text, and each style section ends with an inspirational photographic montage page. Finally, an invaluable list of resources identifies the best places to buy what you need.

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getting the elements right
fixtures ? appliances
storage furniture ? accessories

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Maggie Stevenson is a homes and interiors journalist. She has written and contributed to books on kitchens, bathrooms, and fabric furnishings.

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