100 Ideas Big Style for Small Rooms

100 Ideas Big Style for Small Rooms

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by Meredith Corporation
     
 
We all live with small spaces we wish looked more stylish and functioned better. 100 Decorating Ideas Big Style for Small Rooms targets these rooms, showcasing pretty and practical solutions. Striking photos and inspiring solutions show you how to make the most of your coziest room--indoors and out.

Overview

We all live with small spaces we wish looked more stylish and functioned better. 100 Decorating Ideas Big Style for Small Rooms targets these rooms, showcasing pretty and practical solutions. Striking photos and inspiring solutions show you how to make the most of your coziest room--indoors and out.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940043956156
Publisher:
Meredith
Publication date:
12/28/2011
Series:
ePeriodical Series
Sold by:
MEREDITH
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
206,589
File size:
24 MB
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100 Ideas Big Style for Small Rooms 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Have NOOK tablet. No viewing problems. Practical advice on how to decorate using the things you own, without cluttering the space. Tips on storage, furniture layout, making small spaces appear larger. Not just a decorating magazine it covets every aspect of small space living.
Booklover0912 More than 1 year ago
Do not buy this magazine if you are using an iPad. It does not display and there is no way to get your money back. Shame on you Barnes and Noble. Very disappointed as this magazine says Nook and apps in the description.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This magazine gave me some great ideas. The pictures were beautiful and the articles were great.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Yes, it has some beautiful pictures... butt they just don't apply to the "average jane" like me. Everything is "white" and most everything is shabby chic. That is not reality. How many people with kids around is going to have a bunch of white couches, white chairs, white rugs? And these old antiques that look so neat.... get real.... they are not really serviceable and how many people really has access to that kind of stuff? If i did have one of those old chairs, the first time i sat my fat butt in one I would be crashing to the floor. Or what about when my 5 yr old grandson pulls that strawbottom chair over to use to climb up on the cabinets? All I am asking is that some of these designers design for real people, with real furniture, in real houses.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved the pictures but there is no complete guide on where to purchase items displayed in the photographs. That was a disappointment.
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I do not know if i should buy this or not?