Small Space StyleBook - 1997
Is your apartment small and cluttered? Would you really appreciate some extra room? Don't change homes -- this incredible resource will show you how to change your lifestyle instead! By using a variety of clever techniques, you can gain both real space and an even greater impression of openness. Start by planning carefully. Think realistically about your budget. and how you (and others) actually use each room. Will several cooks occupy the kitchen at once? Do you want a large bathtub or a small shower? When you've decided, sketch it out -- it's simple with these instructions! Pick colors, patterns, fabric, and styling. Then go room by room through the house, envisioning such space-saving items as a specially made bed with drawers and an overhead shelf. Once all your ideas are set, you're ready to execute your designs. A generous selection of full-color photographs illustrates nearly every page, capturing a wide variety of possibilities for you to pore over.
Publisher: London : Ward Lock ; New York : Distributed in U.S. by Sterling Pub., 1997.
Characteristics: 160 p. :,col. ill. ;,27 cm.
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