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Beloved family photos, that heirloom silver baby cup, a favorite cuddly mohair throw: redecorating doesn't mean giving up treasured items so dear to the heart. More than 1,001 designer secrets, shown in beautiful color photos, make it simple to incorporate the things you already own, at home, the office, or in an outdoor space. Every suggestion helps you make stylistic choices that evoke personal memories and feelings of comfort. An array of pictures present a cornucopia of country chic possibilities, including a vintage kitchen filled with tools from a simpler time. Display a childhood teddy bear in a rustic box. Add fringed loops to great-aunt's classic needlepoint pillows and hang them on chairs. Frame lace fragments--a doily or a fan--and show them off as art. From a snug country home for the family to a serene Asian garden, these easy, inexpensive ideas will help you achieve the look and feel you want.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Interior decoration