Recipes for Surfaces: New and Exciting Ideas for Decorative Paint Finishes

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Simon & Schuster, 1995 - Crafts & Hobbies - 191 pages
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This gourmet guide to home decoration picks up where its top-selling predecessor, "Recipes for Surfaces", leaves off. Illustrated with stunning full-color photographs and featuring more than thirty clear, concise recipes for everything from marble and metallic finishes to specialty finishes such as ragging, stenciling, and decoupage, "Recipes for Surfaces Volume II" helps you transform walls, doors, floors, and furniture into a visual feast.

Leopard skin stenciling

Brick Finish

Moire

Copper verdigris

Bronze verdigris

Red marble

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Contents

FOREWORD How to Use this Book
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The Flavor in Every Recipe 16
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The Staples 24
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CHAPTER SIX Metals 74
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Copper Verdigris78
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CHAPTER SEVEN Stone 84
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About the author (1995)

Mindy Drucker co-wrote the original Recipes for Surfaces. She is a freelance wirter specializing in home design and decoration topics. Her work has appeared in Colonial Homes, House Beautiful's Home remodeling, Victoria, and other publications. She lives in New Jersey.

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