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Among the many tips and guidelines, Ward starts with the top 10 decorating mistakes that professionals all know about, but that anyone can recognize and fix. She covers diagnosing problems that jar the eyes, offers suggestions on items to banish and others to borrow from elsewhere in the home to create more visual appeal, talks about how to shop for furniture that will work with what you already own, offers tips for new homeowners and people just starting out to make older furniture work in new spaces, and covers the kinds of dramatic improvements possible through the use of the right artwork, accessories, and lighting. This is a great gift book for newlyweds, new homeowners, or anyone interested in creative, lively home decorating without breaking the bank. --Mark A. Hetts --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Postive and practical guide to decorating ~ both understanding the process, evaluating what you have and planning how to improve your home with what's on hand to match goals you... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
A dated and very unimpressive book, most of the pictures are black and white, which is dissapointing for a decorating book.Published 10 months ago by Karen Francis
I found this book to be useful as soon as I finished reading it! No one has ever explained any of these basic principles to me, especially an interior decorator. Read morePublished 11 months ago by T. M. Young
I discovered this book at a local thrift store and paid $3 for it. What a return on my investment! Even though the book is more than a decade old, all the strategies for furniture... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Amy B
Great book for advise. Solved my design problem for one room at least. It doesn't have color pictures and it does give basic design advise that can be applied to most situations. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Tess
I'm moving to a new home in several months and it has a very open floor plan. I'm really having trouble visualizing how to arrange my furniture. Read morePublished on July 6, 2013 by R. Hurley
I have her book, "Home Therapy" which takes a client's room, assesses it, and then re-works it using mostly found items from the client's own home. Read morePublished on June 1, 2013 by Amybeth1977