No wonder the kitchen is usually the most-remodeled room in the house--it's the home's "nerve center," a warm and cozy place for family to gather, for hosting small, informal parties, and for cooking up a storm. How will you make it work for you? Hundreds of solutions to your most common kitchen problems appear here with imaginative, inspiring ideas ranging from total makeovers to simple touches that turn it into the highlight of your home. Pick and choose from design schemes for new cabinets, appliances, counters and other preparation surfaces, clean-up accessories, direct and indirect lighting, seating, and so much more. Both showcase and workplace, at last your kitchen can express your lifestyle and taste.
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These books offer a wealth of color photographs with plenty of suggestions and ideas. Bathrooms provides ideas on redesigning existing baths as well as converting other spaces into bathrooms. Kitchens covers various design alternatives and decisions, for example, when to build a cooking island or create a banquette. Kids' Spaces focuses on children's bedrooms but includes ideas for accommodating children's needs in bathrooms and family rooms. Short lists interspersed throughout give planning and design tips. A basic planning book, such as Andrew Wormer's The Bathroom Idea Book (LJ 9/15/99) or Wendy A. Jordan's The Kidspace Idea Book (reviewed below), will still be useful, but the abundance of ideas here will help an amateur in designing these rooms. Recommended for public libraries.
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Book Description Co-Edition, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used. May have distributor label on cover. Bookseller Inventory # 30J-33-jn
Book Description Co-Edition, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1567999271
Book Description Co-Edition, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1567999271