Can't Fail Color Schemes, Kitchens & Baths

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Creative Homeowner, 2008 - House & Home - 303 pages
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Can't Fail Color Schemes--Kitchens and Baths addresses one of the most difficult decorating decisions a homeowner has to make when building or renovating a kitchen or bath: choosing colors for the many permanent--and expensive--materials and finishes. The so-called "safe" neutral route has many pitfalls...all beiges are not equal! As she did in Can't Fail Color Schemes, color expert Amy Wax explains how to look at color specific to stone, tile, laminate products, fixtures, and paint, and provides hundreds of palettes that homeowners can use to inspire and coordinate their own scheme or take along to a home center or showroom.

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User Review  - kristenn - LibraryThing

Color scheme books are handy when you can't afford a full-on remodel. Although if you are looking for big changes, this book also goes into color options for countertops and fixtures and tile rather ... Read full review

About the author (2008)

Amy Wax is the brains behind Your Color Source Studios, Inc., a color-consulting firm in Montclair, New Jersey. With a B.F.A. in illustration from Syracuse University, Amy has studied color theory and uses that expertise when working with clients. She has followed the trends of color for over 25 years. Family ties to the real-estate business have kept her working closely with building professionals since the early 1980s. Amy's experience includes color consulting for both residential and commercial projects. Recognized for her color prowess, she has been selected to serve on the Residential Design Advisory Council for Benjamin Moore and continues to serve on the editorial advisory committee for the company's Ensemble magazine. Examples of her work have been featured in numerous other publications, as well. Her first book, Can't Fail Color Schemes, was published by Creative Homeowner in 20078. Amy resides in Montclair with her husband, Denis, and three children.

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