Meredith Books, 1997 - House & Home - 112 pages
For the do-it-yourself decorator, a basic handbook with the latest designer styles from formal to casual that allows the reader to work confidently with a seamstress or make the treatments herself.
Organized in six chapters with an easy-to-understand, two-page glossary, according to type of treatment style, with a how-to technique chapter for extra help.
160 full-color photographs from real homes show true-life applications with close-ups of the latest trims and detailing.
Combines classic treatments with new looks for the full range of tastes and budgets.
Provides solutions to common window problems.
Includes budget-stretching tips on fabrics and lining, extra tips on dressing ready-made treatments for designer-looks at retail, and measuring and calculating materials.
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