Decorating with Fabric and Pattern

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Rockport, 2000 - Architecture - 175 pages
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Fabric, pattern, color and texture are the basic elements of interior decoration and style. This new series makes the process of choosing and using them in your home more effective and more fun than ever. Decorating with Fabric and Pattern provides practical information on using fabric to add warmth and color to a room, helping you get the most out of patterns in wall coverings, upholstery, window and door treatments, and decorative accessories. To show off all your rooms' best features. Decorating with Color and Texture offers myriad ways to define space, change the mood, create focal points, or add dimension. Whether you are planning a quick update or remodeling from scratch, these books will help you tackle and simplify the decorating process, and create a stunning home as well.

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McArdle is a freelance writer. Recently retired from a career in publishing, she writes on a wide range of topics. McArdle studies yoga and tutors at Gloucester's Wellspring House, Inc. in their Foundations Program teaching career skills to women in transition.

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