A room of her own: women's personal spaces

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Clarkson Potter, Nov 11, 1997 - Architecture - 224 pages
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Stunning photographs and intimate, engaging text bring to life the special places that women have created as retreats from their busy everyday routines--and offer a wealth of decorating ideas for turning a room of one's own from a dream into a reality. 200 full-color photos.

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Conclusion: Rich women have beautiful places to relax... Read full review

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I recently moved into a post-mommy place and reread this book. Yes, the interiors are dated, but I don't mind that part; rooms .should. be a reflection of their times. Since the first time I read this ... Read full review


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Chris Madden is the bestselling author of A Room of Her Own, Kitchens, Bathrooms, Chris Madden's Guide to Personalizing Your Home, Getaways, Bedrooms, and most recently, New American Living Rooms. She is the host of HGTV's Interiors by Design, has been design correspondent for The Oprah Winfrey Show, and has made frequent appearances on Today and Good Morning America. She also writes a syndicated weekly column that reaches more than 360 newspapers. Chris is the spokesperson for JCPenney Home and the creator of the Chris Madden Collection for JCPenney Home, which features furnishings for every room in the house.