Love the house you're in : 40 ways to improve your home and change your life / Paige Rien.
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- ISBN: 9781611801989
- ISBN: 1611801982
- Physical Description: xii, 274 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: Boulder : Roost Books, 2016.
|General Note:|| Includes index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Introduction -- So, who are you -- Your house: from nuts to bolts -- Putting it all together -- Room-by-room basics -- Skills you will use -- Afterword: Letting go of "done".
|Summary, etc.:|| With humor and a dose of reality, Paige Rien gives readers actionable steps to adapt and make their homes work for them, imploring them to ignore outside influences and look inward for inspiration. Readers are asked to think about what makes them unique, not what style they prefer, making their lives and experiences the central focus in composing a very personal, very functional home. As opposed to traditional design books that are often a catalog of a particular designer's work, or a collection of work with no discussion of process, Love the House You're In is all about the reader: uncovering what she needs and desires and providing concrete, doable ideas to take her there.
Rien gives readers actionable steps to adapt and make their homes work for them. She implores readers to ignore outside influences and look inward for inspiration. Looking at what makes the house unique, and the "why" of the furniture and knick-knacks you own, will help in making your house into a very personal, very functional home.
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