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Recycled home
Bailey, Mark
Adult Nonfiction NK2115.5.F68 B35 2009

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Summary: In this beautiful book, Mark and Sally Bailey uncover the potential of disregarded or abandoned household items, giving them a new lease on life. Advocating pared-down simplicity, they focus on the integrity of materials and their surface quality--chipped paint showing the layers beneath, rough unfinished textures combined with clean lines, or old materials combined with modern ones."Recycled Home" looks at the key components: Tones and Textures, Walls and Floors, Lighting, Textiles, Storage, and Display. A section on Rooms shows how well the recycled look can work in the kitchen, living areas, bathrooms, bedrooms, and working rooms. The directory of resources will help you find the right pieces for your home.*They have the unique ability to see the potential of abandoned or unloved objects and give them an exciting new life." Terence Conran*Striking photography by Debi Treloar.

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