Homes & Interiors, Student Edition / Edition 7 available in Hardcover
Homes & Interiors offers content appropriate for both an interior design course and a consumer-based housing course. This edition places even greater emphasis on the interior design process.
- Units 1 & 2 address housing from a consumer point-of-view.
- Units 3 & 4 focus on the actual structure and style of homes.
- Units 5 & 6 familiarize students with the interior design process.
- Special topics that are highlighted include Consumer Considerations, Commercial Applications, The Impact of Technology, and Careers in Housing and Interiors.
Homes & Interiors introduces students to the myriad of career pathways in housing and interior design.
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Table of Contents
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Unit 1: Homes Are for People
Chapter 2 Housing & Society
Chapter 3 Housing & Technology
Chapter 4 Careers in Housing & Interiors
Unit 2: Making Housing Decisions
Chapter 5 Choosing a Place to Live
Chapter 6 Renting versus Buying
Chapter 7 Renting a Home
Chapter 8 Buying a Home
Chapter 9 Home Maintenance
Unit 3: Understanding Construction
Chapter 10 Construction Basics
Chapter 11 Interior Construction
Chapter 12 Landscaping & the Environment
Chapter 13 Remodeling & Renovating
Unit 4: Architectural Design
Chapter 14 Early Home Styles
Chapter 15 Home Styles Since 1700
Chapter 16 Designing Homes for Today's Needs
Unit 5: Understanding the Design Process
Chapter 17 The Elements of Design
Chapter 18 The Role of Color in Design
Chapter 19 The Principles of Design
Chapter 20 Developing a Design Plan
Chapter 21 Completing & Presenting a Design
Unit 6: Designing Interior Environments
Chapter 22 Kitchens, Laundry Areas & Baths
Chapter 23 Home Offices & Storage Spaces
Chapter 24 Choosing Backgrounds
Chapter 25 Recognizing Furniture Styles
Chapter 26 Selecting Furniture
Chapter 27 Choosing Lighting & Accessories
Chapter 28 Home Safety & Security