Where to Get the Look

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Simon & Schuster, 1999 - House furnishings - 240 pages
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This meticulously researched guide has already done all the hard work for anyone shopping for a home. There are thirty chapters which are full of information about shops ranging from one stop furnishing stores, department stores, DIY stores and general furnishing multiples to specialist shops dealing in a hugh range of goods including; antiques, bedrooms, tiles, floors, heating, doors, security, windows, ethnic wares and British crafts. Find about markets, auctions, and where to scoop up the best bargains too. This book will tell how to go about getting anything and everything you could possibly want for the home.
Each entry provides an address and telephone number as well as details about websites, opening times, and the nearest bus/tube. There's a handy alphabetical listing of all shops and services mentioned along with a unique "Where to find" index which tells you how to find most of the most commonly requested items ranging from fur fabrics, muslin, and loose covers to tassles, chandeliers and fake suede.
This invaluable source book takes the hassle out of shopping for the home, allowing the shopper more time to be creative and enjoy what can be a very enjoyable and rewarding adventure.
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Contents

Foreword
Interior Design 16
Accessories 22
Copyright

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