Linda Applewhite's Architectural Interiors: Transforming Your Home with Decorative Structural Elements

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Gibbs Smith, 2007 - Architecture - 159 pages
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Author Linda Applewhite shows how to create a comprehensive building plan to turn your house into a home through the magic of finding and using the right bones. Applewhite introduces readers to the creative opportunities that open up when you can actually change a home's structural elements, enhancing the beauty and uniqueness in each room. Architectural Interiors offers creative solutions such as adding a column or pillar to define a space, installing unusual cabinetry to give structure, adding a set of elaborate moldings for extra elegance, or installing French doors to connect a room to the garden.
Linda Applewhite and Associates designs residential construction, remodeling and design projects for a nationwide client base.
Her designs are seen in the rooms and public spaces of the Mill Valley Inn in Mill Valley, California, and in the remodel and redecoration of the Hotel Sausalito and the Cottages of Napa Valley.
Teaches design seminars with attendees from across the United States and Canada.
Featured in House Beautiful, Elle, Bon App tit, Travel & Leisure, Traditional Home, Women's Day, Sunset Magazine, Sunset Books, California Home & Design, Marin At Home, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Los Angeles Times, and the Marin Independent Journal.
Featured in the Italian design magazines Gioia Casa, La Mia Casa, BRAVACASA, Bagno e Accessori, and House & Garden Thailand.
Linda's design projects are frequently seen on Home and Garden Television's (HGTV) Sensible Chic and Curb Appeal, and on Food TV's Ultimate Kitchens.
 

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Linda Applewhite, the principal of Linda Applewhite and Associates, is an artist, writer, spokesperson and interior designer with twenty years of experience. Her designs emphasize connecting structure and site, and she creates exceptional architectural detailing, uses color for power in unexpected ways, and strives to connect indoors and outdoors. Originally from Texas, Linda lives in Belvedere, California. No Information Available

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