Home Therapy

Home Therapy

Fast, Easy, Affordable Makeovers

Book - 2005
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Penguin Putnam
The ultimate "before and after" decorating book that shows how real people found the solutions to their decorating problems using the space they have, the things they like, and the budget they can afford.

The pioneer of home "redecorating," Lauri Ward has been the "home therapist" to thousands, through the services of her company, Use-What-You-Have(r), Inc., and her popular books. For more than two decades, her revolutionary approach to home decorating, which focuses on identifying and solving the ten most common decorating problems-using what you have-has earned her a large and loyal following. Now, Home Therapy takes readers inside the homes-and lives-of twenty-five of Lauri Ward's clients, to reveal a wide range of decorating challenges, and the solutions that she was able to offer.

From the couple with a new baby, to the Baby Boomers looking to downsize, to the twentysomethings making their first home together, to the newly self-employed trying to carve out home-office space, Home Therapy guides readers step-by-step through the diagnosis and remedy for each situation.

Illustrated with more than 150 full-color before-and-after photos, plus detailed floor plans, Home Therapy is an inspiring and practical book for anyone who wants to create a home that is comfortable, personal, stylish, and affordable.

Baker & Taylor
A "real world" home decorating guide outlines step-by-step strategies on how to get specific achievements in spite of space and budget constraints, in a volume that addresses ten common problems and covers such needs as first-time homes, home office spaces, and downsizing. By the author of Use What You Have Decorating. 25,000 first printing.

Baker
& Taylor

A home decorating guide outlines step-by-step strategies on how to get specific achievements in spite of space and budget constraints, in a volume that covers such areas as first-time homes, home office spaces, and downsizing.

Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, c2005
ISBN: 9780399152962
0399152962
Characteristics: 304 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm

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Mar 06, 2011

Very well written book that can help many with the decor in their homes by using their existing stuff.

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