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Country Living Easy Transformations: Small Spaces and Cozy Corners (edition 2005)

by Janice Easton-Epner (Author)

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Title:Country Living Easy Transformations: Small Spaces and Cozy Corners
Authors:Janice Easton-Epner (Author)
Info:Hearst (2005), Edition: First Printing , Probable First, 144 pages
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Country Living Easy Transformations: Small Spaces and Cozy Corners (Easy Transformations) by Janice Easton-Epner

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With just a little inspiration from Country Living’s successful series, anyone can turn a small and awkward space into an appealing, cozy corner. Every home has its tiny room, oddly shaped hallway, empty landing, or other difficult-to-decorate area--but these innovative and quick approaches are the first step in turning neglected spaces into models of decorative style. The topics covered range from Themes and Collections to Perfecting Your Palette; some of the ideas are as simple as varying the sizes of objects in a display to create visual interest. Other concepts--such as creatively mixing formal and informal elements--will free home decorators from tired and dull design tenets and bring "fresh air” into any d#65533;cor. Smart tips and easy, enjoyable projects help jump-start the transformation, while detailed captions for the photos and many sidebars reveal exactly how the job was accomplished. A Selection of the Homestyle Book Club.… (more)

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