Oliver Heath's Home Book

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Octopus Publishing Group, 2006 - House & Home - 256 pages
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Oliver Heath—a star of TV's popular Changing Rooms series and one of today's most exciting decorators—has come up with a magnificent one-stop guide to interiors and individual home design. With his expert advice and color photographs showcasing attractive options, it's easy to plan rooms that fit any budget, need, or desire. Understand the costs and effects of lighting, flooring, and wall finishes, and put it all together so each space has a cohesive style. From adding beautiful, unique touches throughout the house to handling practical concerns (such as hiring contractors and incorporating eco-friendly features), here are the tools every home designer needs.

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An established personality poised for popularity in the U.S., Oliver Heath will cement his status as an icon of eco-design with this new book. His work has turned the eco movement into a style led movement that puts good design together with sustainability to make eco living the aspirational and exciting contemporary choice.
After completing six years of intense architecture studies, he was chosen "Young Designer of the Year" by the BBC. He won coveted slots hosting several TV design series, including one based on the hit U.S. TV series "Trading Places." He's a regular columnist on home ideas for "The Guardian" and the author of "Oliver Heath's Home Book" and" Front of House."
An architect by degree and a media icon by reputation, Oliver Heath has the pedigree to become the green designer of choice in the U.S.

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