Synopses & Reviews
You dont have to revamp everything to revive your home; little things actually do make a big difference. Approaching your space with a fresh eye can lead to simple changes that miraculously create a whole new look overnight.
Whatever the scope of your projectsmall space or large, minor update or major overhaulHouse Beautiful can help. The 500 professional-quality ideas found in this comprehensive, lavishly illustrated book will help clarify your decorating vision and make the task ahead seem wonderfully manageable
even enjoyable! The guide is organized by basic design elementsBalance, Simplicity, Impact, Function, Details, and Colorthat provide the foundation for any decorating project and an easy-to-understand roadmap to re-dos. Apply them to any aspect of a room, from the surfaces and furnishings to the soft touches and accents. A final chapter is devoted to Quick Fixes for when its absolutely necessary to get the work done now. Hundreds of breathtaking photos showcase it all.
Fresh, bright, and accessible, this book is filled with insider tips from todays top designers and bursting with real advice for real people.
A Dual Main Selection of the Homestyle Book Club.
From a lotus-shaped, hand-hammered brass basin and eco-friendly showerhead to fluted faucets, hand-loomed linen towels, classic Moroccan tiles, and a charming little tub-side table, these exquisite touches create a beautiful bathroom! House Beautiful presents 500 decorating ideas in a lavish volume filled with stunning designer rooms and expert advice. With sections on color, walls and floors, storage, appliances, sinks and tubs, windows and lighting, and accessories, it's the perfect bookand#8212;whether you want a quick and easy change or a complete remodel.
About the Author
believes that and#8220;Everyone Has a Beautiful House in Them." As a leading authority on home design and decoration, the magazine reaches 6.3 million readers every monthand#8212;more than any other shelter magazine. House Beautiful
helps readers achieve rooms that feel right, not just stylish; and living rooms, not showrooms. Inspired by the past, living in the present, and looking to the future, House Beautiful
accompanies its readers on their quest to create the house of their dreams.