Frank Fontana's Dirty Little Secrets of Design

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Stewart, Tabori & Chang, 2012 - House & Home - 204 pages

Interior design is difficult enough without the added stress of doing it on a budget. Frank Fontana-nationally renowned design expert and guru of low-cost, high-style design-is HGTV's go-to guy for chic makeovers on a dime. In a witty, conversational tone, Fontana shares his techniques, breaking down the process room by room, project by project, and divulges his secret tips and tricks for how to create high-style homes the low-cost way. Fontana analyzes several beautiful homes, dissects the individual design components of each room, and applies his "Look for Less" principle to help readers build their own look on a budget. The book also includes DIY projects that are accessible and doable for readers of various skill levels, as well as advice on how to be a savvy shopper when looking for home decor items or furniture.

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About the author (2012)

Frank Fontana is the host and lead designer for one of HGTV's longest-running, top-rated design shows, Design on a Dime, and is regularly featured on NBC's Today show. Fontana is a contributing writer to OPRAH.com's "home 4 design" section. He is also a contributing expert to design-related publications and media outlets nationwide. Fontana lives in Chicago.

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