Series: Architecture and Design Library

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American Country (Architecture and Design Library) by Lisa Skolnik
Architecture and Design Library: Arts and Crafts by Kitty Turgeon
Architecture and Design Library: Bungalow Style by April Halbertstadt
Architecture and Design Library: English Country by Julie Fowler
Architecture and Design Library: French Country by Barbara Buchholz
Architecture and Design Library: Island Style by Jim Kemp
Architecture and Design Library: Italian Country (Arch & Design Library) by Robert Fitzgerald
Architecture and Design Library: Moroccan Style (Arch & Design Library) by Alexandra Bonfante-Warren
Architecture and Design Library: Prairie Style by Lisa Skolnik
Architecture and Design Library: Retro-Modern by Lisa Skolnik
Art Deco (Architecture and Design Library) by Young Mi Kim
Art Nouveau (Architecture and Design Library) by Robert Fitzgerald
Country Victorian (Architecture and Design Library) by Ellen M. Plante
Formal Victorian (Architecture and Design Library) by Ellen M. Plante
India Style by Alexandra Bonfante-Warren
Irish Country (Architecture & Design Library) by Ann Rooney Heuer
Log Cabins by Janice Brewster
Modern Style (Architecture and Design Library.) by Elinor Felcher
Neoclassical (Architectural & Design Library) by Young Mi Kim
Scandinavian Country (Architecture & Design Library) by Pamela Diaconis
Style Méditerranéen by Robert Fitzgerald

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