Creative Home Design: Rooms for Everyday Living

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MetroBooks, 1999 - Photography - 288 pages
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02 Whether you want to create a space for eating al fresco or redo the kitchen in charming country style, these innovative ideas and lush color photos illustrate the possibilities for creating a beautiful, livable home. Four inspiring, information-packed sections focus on bathrooms, kitchens, dining areas, and home offices: each has an introduction that describes the history of the room and its décor, followed by a selection of current design concepts and tips.
Whether you want to create a space for eating al fresco or redo the kitchen in charming country style, these innovative ideas and lush color photos illustrate the possibilities for creating a beautiful, livable home. Four inspiring, information-packed sections focus on bathrooms, kitchens, dining areas, and home offices: each has an introduction that describes the history of the room and its décor, followed by a selection of current design concepts and tips.

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Skolnik is passionate about design and decor. As the Chicago city editor for Metropolitan Home, she writes two nationally syndicated design columns for the Chicago Tribune.

A freelance writer and producer who has worked for MTV, WABC News, and the f/x Cable Network. She was born in Chicago and currently resides in New York City.

Buchholz is a freelance writer on business, real estate and design.

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