The kitchen may be the most challenging renovation project in the house, but it's also the most rewarding. For most families, life revolves around this room, whether they're sitting down to lunch, cooking a grand meal, or simply hanging out. A well-designed kitchenthat looks good and works wellgives a home a center and its owners tremendous satisfaction.The Kitchen shows you exactly how to achieve this happy end. The first in a new series of practical guides that offer the best and latest solutions to interior design problems, The Kitchen contains three sections: Case Studies, Nuts and Bolts, and the Personal Touch. Twenty-one illuminating real-life examples show how people have tackled their kitchen makeovers. Detailed photographs illustrate how these kitchens were developed and decorated, while the author describes how the owner's desires were translated into reality. Nuts and Bolts features in-depth information on every kitchen component, from cabinets and stoves to the sink. The Personal Touch reveals how to put your own stamp on your kitchen, whether through hi-tech cookware or antique creamware jugs.
Author Bio: Vinny Lee is a writer and stylist specializing in interiors, and the interiors editor of the Times of London Sunday magazine. Her previous books on design include Zen Interiors (STC) and Mood Indigo. She lives in Brussels and London. Andrew Wood specializes in photographing interiors and fashion. Based in London, he works for a variety of magazines, including Vogue and the Sunday Telegraph Magazine.
|Publisher:||Abrams, Harry N., Inc.|
|Edition description:||First Edition|
|Product dimensions:||9.50(w) x 10.25(h) x 0.87(d)|