Better Homes and Gardens: Using Color and Light

Better Homes and Gardens: Using Color and Light

by Better Homes & Gardens
     
 

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Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
All householders, particularly people setting out or starting over to decorate their homes, can benefit from this 19th volume in the ``All About Your House'' series from Better Homes and Gardens. Specialists in various areas have contributed chapters on using color and light in rooms for maximum effect. Colors, the experts say, should be those that residents feel comfortable with, and lights of the proper kind can increase the pleasure provided by vivid or soft tones. Among the contents are plans on bringing daylight into interiors, diminishing unattractive spots, expanding or reducing spaces, etc. There are sections on all kinds of lamps, window treatments, wiring and even on clever color-and-light projects to turn basements into cheerful retreats. Photos not seen by PW. October 21

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780696021800
Publisher:
Meredith Books
Publication date:
10/28/1985
Series:
All about Your House Ser.
Edition description:
1st ed
Pages:
160

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