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Robert and Cortney Novogratz have been renovating and designing unique and hip homes for families for over ten years. Describing their signature style as a sophisticated but bohemian mix of high and low, new and old, they offer their realistic advice on how to create original, warm interiors with ease. One part practical guide, one part inspirational volume on creating a look for the home, the book pairs humorous anecdotes about the pitfalls and pleasures of renovation with a treasure trove of decorating tips: how to use both boutique and flea market finds; how to inject lots of personality into a room affordably; how to decorate kids rooms so they appeal to children and adults; how to easily rehabilitate outdated furnishings; and many more.
This hardcover book measures 9¾ inches by 9¾ inches. Published May 5, 2009.
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Brand: Random House
Origin: United States
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