Home Sense: Simple Solutions to Enhance Where and How You Live

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HarperCollins, Apr 24, 2007 - House & Home - 203 pages
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Worldwide television personality Eduardo Xol offers readers personal insights on making over every room in a home without the help of a design team or a huge budget

Based on Eduardo Xol's own design philosophy—his belief that home design should incorporate elements that stimulate all five senses—Home Sense is about more than just redecorating your home. It's a guide to finding harmony within your personal sense of style and learning how to use it when designing your home, your office, or even your garden. Home Sense focuses on the problem areas of the home—a small bathroom, cramped closet, cluttered bedroom, or stark-white kitchen—and teaches readers simple techniques to not only make the most of these spaces, but also to amplify and accentuate them with their personal aesthetic.

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About the author (2007)

As designer on ABC's Emmy Award–winning hit show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Eduardo Xol touches the hearts of more than fifteen million viewers every week. Additionally, Xol wrote a monthly column entitled "Casa" for People en Espaņol and is a regular segment contributor for Good Morning America. The internationally renowned crystal and fine china company Waterford recently partnered with Xol to create a tabletop, bed, bath, and barware collection. Xol now divides his time between his native Los Angeles and New York City.

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