Decorating Tips

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HarperCollins Publishers Limited, Sep 1, 2004 - House & Home - 191 pages
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Beautify your home with the Collins accessible and essential guide to the world of interior decorating. Filled with helpful diagrams and illustrations in the successful Gem style, this is the only book you'll need to make your home look the way it should. Decorating at home is never easy, whether you're starting from scratch or improving an existing design. From colour schemes to plasterwork to tiling, the choice of products and the difficulty of application can be overwhelming. Now these tough problems are all solved by Collins Gem Decorating Tips, an accessible and trustworthy guide to beautifying your home. Gem Decorating Tips guides you through every phase of the decorating project, beginning with selecting the materials and colours most suitable for your specific situation, and moving on to assist you in all aspects of preparation and installation. Divided into four clear sections, Decorating Tips combines the Gem tradition of succinct and helpfully illustrated information with the Collins DIY tradition of accurate and lucid instruction. Chapter One deals with Planning: utilising colour and texture, organising space, and devising a scheme to make your home look its best. Chapt

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Contents

PLANNING
6
PREPARATION
20
PAINTING AND VARNISHING
78
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Material for the book is derived from the Collins Complete DIY Manual, by Jackson and Day.Albert Jackson and David Day are the authoritative writers on DIY, home improvement and maintenance. They have made many television appearances, and have presented two major BBC series. Their best-selling books include the Collins Complete DIY Manual, Collins Complete Woodworkers Manual and Collins Home Restoration Manual.

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