Decorating with Paper: Extraordinary Ways to Use 1993 Papers Throughout Your Home
The innovative effects achieved by Lang and Robertson prove that any surface can be beautifully enhanced with cut and printed papers. With more than 125 full-color photographs that bring their transformations to life, they show readers how to create a mitered border, make a decoupage screen, create the illusion of faux architectural detailing, and much more, all using readily available materials and simplified techniques. Full-color-photographs.
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FOREWORD BY MRS HENRY PARISH
Decorative Wall and Border Treatments 22
CHAPTER4 Decorated Screens Firescreens and Fireboards
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