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The Well-Dressed Home: Fashionable Design Inspired by Your Personal Style

by Annette Tatum

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HOME FURNISHING & DECORATION. Create a personalized living space that reflects your fashion and style sensibilities with the help of interior designer Annette Tatum in "The Well-Dressed Home." Founder of the popular and successful House and Little House lines of high-end apparel, accessories, bedding, and furniture, Tatum reveals how to draw inspiration from the fashion world, pop culture, and especially your own closet to create stunning, one-of-a-kind room designs. Personality is key when developing your wardrobe, and the same is true when creating a unique decorating scheme for your home. Illustrated with more than two hundred lush, full-color photographs, "The Well-Dressed Home "is the perfect resource for fashion enthusiasts looking to infuse a sense of their personal style into their homes.… (more)

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