House Comfortable: The Art & Science of Comfortable Living

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Berkley Pub., 1996 - Architectural design - 213 pages
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House Comfortable offers comprehensive information and insights to enhance your understanding of design and decoration, whether you're building from scratch or remodeling. From cohesive floor plans, to calming colors, to quiet appliances, you will discover what is comfortable and be able to analyze what is uncomfortable about each room in your house. Then you will learn how to correct the problems yourself - or with professional help - and transform your home into one that perfectly suits your lifestyle. Small or spacious, economical or extravagant, your home can become an oasis of relaxation and a reward to all your senses.

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This prolific mother-and-daughter team have a different approach to interior design; they concentrate on how design can make life more manageable rather than focusing on how to use design to beautify ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter 4
35
Chapter 5
47
Chapter 7
73
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About the author (1996)

Articles written by Katharine Kaye McMillan about design, decoration and the arts have appeared in Home Mechanix, On Design, 20/20 Magazine, Florida Design and many others. She is also the coauthor of House Comfortable and Interior Decorating for Dummies.

Interior desginer Patricia Hart McMillan is the author of Decorating Country Style, The You-Do-It Book of Early American Decorating for Dummies. She lives in Florida.

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