Decorating with Architectural Details

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Creative Homeowner, 2004 - House & Home - 223 pages
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Decorating with Architectural Details offers the latest inspirational ideas for the most popular design trend in today's market. See how classic design elements such as mantels, window seats, shelving, and more can turn a humdrum room into a distinctive living space. Expanding on the trim and molding design ideas found in our best-selling book Decorating with Architectural Trimwork, this new title offers homeowners the ability to create a custom look for any room.Hundreds of lavish photographs by renowned photographer Jessie Walker capture the inspiration and excitement of details and design elements in real-world settings.

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About the author (2004)

Philip Schmidt has written four books and contributed to dozens of others on home design, decorating, remodeling, and woodworking. Before turning to writing, Philip worked as a carpenter for more than six years. He lives in Golden, Colorado.

Jessie Walker's interior design photographs have appeared in Architectural Digest, Home & Garden, and Woman's Day. She is a member of the American Society of Media Photographers and the winner of numerous awards and honors, including a special exhibition of her work at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago.

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