Color in the American Home
Color in the American Home shows how to establish a room's character with the decorator's most personal, versatile, and evocative tool-color. The book makes the case for the "power of the palette" with colors that are the essence of American style. America's many-layered history, diverse ethnic traditions, and lively regional differences offer a rich array of color choices for today's homeowner. Color in the American Home's clear, non-technical text will give homeowners the confidence to design with color in their own homes. It will also inspire them with beautiful color photographs of interiors from across the country.
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