Linda Barker's Home-made Style

Linda Barker's Home-made Style

100 Great Decorating Ideas

Book - 1999
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From pretty painted plates to a woodgrained cupboard, from classic styles to ultra-modern chic, a top designer and TV star has come up with 100 great ways to make a difference in every room. What would it take to transform your home--a few small items, like a gilded lamp, a ribbonwork cushion, and a cherub clock that will take pride of place on the mantelpiece? Or are you ready for a bigger change--perhaps some elegantly flowing muslin drapes to frame the window (no sewing required!), a dado border on the wall, and stenciled marquetry floorboards? All the popular techniques are included: stenciling, stamping, gilding, d#65533;coupage, papier m#65533;ch#65533;, sewing, and ribbon weaving. It's everything you need for decorating success! 256 pages (all in color), 8 3/4 x 11 1/2.
Publisher: London : Collins & Brown, 1999
ISBN: 9781855856912
Branch Call Number: 645 OVERSIZE
Characteristics: 256 pages :,color illustrations ;,29 cm
Alternative Title: Home-made style


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