Design is in the Details: Decorating Indoors & Out

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Sterling Pub., 2001 - Crafts & Hobbies - 144 pages
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Transform dull, uninspired spaces into warm, inviting rooms brimming with personality and originality, without changing any structural elements. Whether your living space is a designer original, a suburban tract house, or a cookie cutter apartment, it's the finishing touches that make a house a home, a home a showplace, and a garden or patio a source of endless pleasure. Colour photographs demonstrate how even the simplest detail brings depth and character to a space. Add warmth to a kitchen by hanging dried herbs or flowers from ceiling beams; capture a touch of whimsy with high wire sculptures performing below a faux painted sky; bring the sense of a jungle clearing to an outdoor room with scattered earthen jugs, tiger-stripped pillows, and the tropical leaves of a thriving philodendron. These and hundreds of other auspicious ideas should inspire you to create memorable, eye-catching rooms that showcase your individual style.

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Mee is a writer and author who specializes in interiors and homes. His background in design includes work in the fields of interior and fashion design, as well as advertising and home furnishings.

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