Decorating for the first time can be completely overwhelming. How do you find your style? How do you keep expenses under control? What essential pieces does every home need for maximum functionality and flair? How will you merge tastesaand stuffato create a space that feels like home to you both? Here to take the guesswork out of decorating is The Nest Home Design Handbook, a practical, gorgeous, room-by-room guide to giving your place unique and affordable style. Learn how to: -Design with your inner stylist in mind -Arrange your living room -Mix modern pieces and Mom's hand-me-downs -Choose the right paint colors -Freshen a formal kitchen space -Make a small space look bigger -Hang pictures properly -Jazz up your walls -Buy good furniture (on a budget) -Kill the clutter PLUS: Suggestions for displaying your stuff in fun and interesting ways, DIY wall art ideas, tips for organizing every room, information on basic home repairs, and more!Wall art should be the final step in styling your space: hang pictures only once youa#39;ve determined a layout and all of the furniture is in place. We have said that design rules are meant to be bro ken, but in the case of hanging picmres. disregarding this rule can be risky (and involve spackle). ... Textures and Patterns True. texture is often tactile, but it far surpasses the idea of something rough or smooth.
|Title||:||The Nest Home Design Handbook|
|Publisher||:||Potter Style - 2012-12-18|