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Pottery Barn Bedrooms (Pottery Barn Design Library) (edition 2003)

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Title:Pottery Barn Bedrooms (Pottery Barn Design Library)
Authors:Pottery Barn (Author)
Info:Oxmoor House (2003), Edition: First Edition first Printing, 192 pages
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Pottery Barn Bedrooms by Sarah Lynch



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Clearly, finding the right bed—Platform or canopy? Four-poster or sleigh?—is crucial for any bedroom. But as this book makes clear, a comfortable mattress and a stylish frame are just the starting points in designing a multi-purpose bedroom in which to sleep, relax, dress, eat breakfast, or exercise. Organized into ten chapters focusing on a single subject (lighting, color, texture), the book breaks down otherwise complex topics in ways that are accessible and easy to absorb. Each chapter begins with a basic overview, followed by room "tours" told through sumptuous photos and explanatory text. Particularly useful are the two-page spreads called "Find Your Style" which help readers determine which approaches—Subtle or brave color? Soft or vibrant lighting?—will work best for how they plan to use their rooms. Whether you’re designing a romantic boudoir, a guest bedroom doubling as an office, or a siesta space at a summer cottage, Pottery Barn Bedroomsoffers the necessary tools to make the planning and execution as easy as possible. --David Bombeck

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Provides an array of decorative solutions for master bedrooms, guest rooms, family bedrooms, and other sleeping spaces, and offers advice on lighting, color schemes, window treatments, storage, furniture, and accessories.

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