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For less than the price of a night on the town, you can give your home a new lease on life—and Better Homes and Gardens 501 Decorating Ideas Under $100 shows you how with simple, dazzling projects to suit your taste and style, whatever your taste and style! A multitude of gorgeous color photos demonstrate how a splash of color here, a yard of fabric there, less than a day’s worth of effort and the most minimal craft skills will dramatically improve the look of every room in your home. Find new ways to display your favorite collectibles, to revamp the furniture you already have, to brighten the dark corners of your home, you name it. Classic, chic, eclectic, colorful…you’re sure to find plenty to inspire you here. Color photos.
Softcover Book : 224 pages
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ( July 01, 2010 )
Item #: 13-130183
Product Dimensions: 8.125 x 10.875 inches
Product Weight: 21.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Fairly simple makeover ideas & much better than their magazine. Need to buy a copy for my daughter so she'll stop trying to take mine when she comes over!
Reviewer: Ms D
I saw potential but some of the ideas were redundant or
just not to my taste. I was looking for more modern
classy styles surrounding chrome, glass, leather and interior artwork. Overall, country kitchens, kids rooms, office or work space and guest rooms were acceptable
I don't take the magazine so all the ideas were new to me. Having just moved into a beach cottage on the Washington Coast I have already used several ideas and I'm out to shop for materials for another one. I have had the book 2 weeks and it is dog eared already.
I split the difference on the rating.
If you don't subscribe to BH&G, this would be a good book. It contains some nice ideas for decorating without breaking your budget. For you, it would probably be worth more than 3 stars.
HOWEVER, if you subscribe to the magazine you will have seen the ideas already. Every picture in this book is taken from the magazine. For those people, I don't think you would consider it worth 3 stars.
Reviewer: Pat P