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The Best of Martha Stewart Living: How to Decorate (1996)

by Martha Stewart Living Magazine

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A book with many good ideas, but also a book to relax into. The section on color selection is very good.There are also many rooms portrays that have wonderful soothing pastel walls. ( )
  carterchristian1 | Aug 29, 2010 |
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The editors of Martha Stewart Living, one of America's most successful home living magazines, have gathered in one convenient place the stories and projects that have defined their approach to decorating the home. The book is organized in a fresh and sensible way, looking at how the rooms are actually used, not at what they are called. Step-by-step instructions for each project are included, plus an extensive resource section. 200 color illustrations.

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