Trade Secrets: Insider Advice on Creating Your Own Personal Style
Meredith Books, 2004 - Architecture - 216 pages
Highlights 21 homes of product designers, interior designers, photostylists, and shopkeepers. This inspirational book is filled with the newest ideas and pro tips to create personal style using color, furniture, accessories, and fabrics. Ideas for styles, from clean contemporary to relaxed Tuscan and more.Shows quick ways to get ready for guests plus 12 weekend ideas to freshen homes.Includes source lists to get "the look" with must-have fabrics, antiques, and accessories.
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An eclectic mix of updated classics in a home above the store
A restrained palette of stone and tile plus crafts in a 1930s house updated with open spaces and color
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