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Windows and Doors (Home Repair and Improvement (Updated Series)Total Hits - 310  |  Hits Today - 0Rating:   Rating Average (0)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
'Windows and Door' shows you how to do the job right - and do it your-self - with the latest techniques and materials, step-by-step directions, safety advice, and hundreds of color illustrations.
ISBN: 0783539029   Date Published on 5/24/2006
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Windows and Skylights Total Hits - 549  |  Hits Today - 0Rating:   Rating Average (1)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
Master the basics of installing and maintaining windows and skylights:
  • Step-by-step illustrations guide you every step of the way, from choosing an appropriate window style to framing an opening , from installing a skylight to repairing broken glass
  • Tricks of the trade help you achieve professional results. You'll find out: How to ease a binding sash.How to build a light shaft.How to install a skylight in an open-beam ceiling.
  • Color photos inspire you with window and skylight possibilities. "Toolkits" tell you exactly what tools you'll need before you begin.
  • Sunset editors demonstrate the latest tools, techniques, and materials to make your work easier and safer. Learn how to save time and money on your next home improvement job.
ISBN: 0376017694   Date Published on 5/24/2006
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Windows with Ease: 50 Fresh and Easy Ways to Dress your WindowsTotal Hits - 589  |  Hits Today - 0Rating:   Rating Average (1)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
Window treatments made easy:
  • Very simple sewing instructions that take shortcuts.
  • Plus window treatments without sewing-if you can glue, you can do!
  • Includes how to transform napkins, tablecloths, and sheets into window treatments.

Window treatments made with style:

  • Designer looks without designer price tags.
  • Many looks: dramatic, elegant, romantic, cheerful, and more
  • Design-enhancing details for a personal touch-can be used to jazz up purchased window treatments, too.
  • Fabric and color variations that change the look completely.

Window treatments made for every room:

  • Curtains: versatile flat panels, relaxed and classic rod-pocket curtains, tab, shirred
  • Shades: tailored roman, updated roller shades, reverse roll-ups, tent-flap shades
  • Toppers: graceful custom swags, flip toppers, triangle swags, ruffled valances, board-mounted valances

You're going to love this book!

  • The easiest window treatment book-requires minimum time and sewing skills.
  • Wide range of popular décor styles.
  • More than 150 color photographs showing how-to steps and variations that completely change the look.
  • Fun, whimsical book design.
ISBN: 1589230701   Date Published on 5/11/2006
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Windows with Style: Do-it-yourself window treatments Total Hits - 351  |  Hits Today - 0Rating:   Rating Average (12)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
With more than 250 illustrations and photos, this handy guide helps readers design and create their own window treatments at affordable prices.
ISBN: 0865733481   Date Published on 5/10/2006
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Windowscaping: Designing With Light : Over 200 Home Plans Featuring Pella Windows Total Hits - 1009  |  Hits Today - 0Rating:   Rating Average (21)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
This collection of outstanding homes provides the best of what Mother Nature has to offer. Creative window planning splashes the indoors with wide views of the outdoors. Nature's rejuvenating light combines with our distinctive architecture to create the warmest sense of home. Tailored to fit your lifestyle, these light-enhancing home plans are displayed in sections arranged by square footage. They include:
  • Stylish homes for narrow lots
  • Innovative starter homes
  • Graceful move-up designs
  • Amenity-filled estates
  • Remodeling plans with a bright future
Whether the home of your dreams is large or small, we can help you find the perfect, light-enhancing plan. Complete blueprints are just a phone call away. Relax and enjoy nature's bounty in the comfort of your own home!
ISBN: 1881955516   Date Published on 5/24/2006
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Wine Country Architecture and Interiors Total Hits - 744  |  Hits Today - 0Rating:   Rating Average (2)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
The rich and varied architectural history of the northern California wine country and the fertile soils that produce abundant vineyards has attracted those who are conscious of preserving the qualities inherent to the area. Wine Country Style takes an intimate look at the lifestyle of nineteen homeowners of the Napa and Sonoma valleys, an area of the country that shuns fast-food restaurants, billboards, and commercial motels. These residents understand that the fine attributes of well-designed architecture are the integration of personal taste with the microclimate and history of their surroundings. People in the wine country today are passionate about the excellent wines produced in the agricultural region in which they choose to live. These inhabitants have personalized the architectural forms that express who they are and how they live, while maintaining the heritage of the area through a variety of styles: Tuscan, French Country, Franciscan Mission, Mediterranean, Modern, Rustic, American Colonial, Victorian, Palladian, Italianate, Asian, with farmhouses, barns, and cottages completing the eclectic blend that comprises the architectural styles of the bucolic wine-making Napa and Sonoma valleys. Yearning for a rural lifestyle in climatic conditions and verdant landscapes much like that in Europe's wine country? Then this is a must-have publication, full of lush photography and descriptive prose, a perfect addition to a home reference library or coffee table. Eminent designer Mary Whitesides has designed everything from interiors and home furnishings to pottery and coffee mugs. Her Peruvian-inspired furniture collections are widely distributed and featured in museums, including the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. In addition, she was one of the four founding members of the Sundance Catalog and a partner in developing the Sundance look, as well as the author of Desert Style, Mountain Style, and Wicker Design for Gibbs Smith, Publisher. She lives in Park City, Utah.
ISBN: 158685464X   Date Published on 6/1/2006
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Winter House Total Hits - 579  |  Hits Today - 0Rating:   Rating Average (6)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
Lavishly illustrated and endlessly inspiring, Winter House is the ultimate guide to creating a place—and a frame of mind—that will bring you joy throughout the years.

A winter house is a place to recharge your body and your spirit. Whether you spend the season on the slopes or in a cozy apartment in a snowy city, you can capture that feeling of warmth and welcome in your own home.

In Winter House, acclaimed interior designer Charlotte Moss shows how to transform your home into a beautiful and inviting retreat. Using her own quintessential winter house as an example, Moss demonstrates how rich, patterned fabrics, gorgeous tableware, and other unique design details combine in a warm and sumptuous environment.

Within Winter House are spaces for every purpose, from inviting areas designed to accommodate festive gatherings of family and friends to calming escapes for private relaxation and reflection. As she moves through each room, Moss shares her techniques and tips, including her favorite “Little Luxuries,” which are simple concepts adaptable to any environment, such as a bed tray for enjoying breakfast under the covers. And because, as Moss says, “A winter house is too good not to share,” there is a host of innovative ideas for entertaining guests and for holiday decorating.

Winter House is the perfect reference for creating your own winter sanctuary.
ISBN: 1400054389   Date Published on 5/19/2006
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Working Windows: A Guide to the Repair and Restoration of Wood Windows Total Hits - 1082  |  Hits Today - 0Rating:   Rating Average (24)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
In Working Windows, Revised and Updated Edition, Terry Meany explains with detail, humor, and accessibility everything you'll need to know to repair, replace, or restore almost any window, regardless of its age. You will find: detailed instructions for disassembling and repairing all sorts of wood windows, repair hints and tricks of the trade you won't find anywhere else, easy ways to clean and restore original hardware, safe and efficient methods of stripping, refinishing, and painting effective ways to eliminate drafts and rattles, invaluable information on tools and materials and more.
ISBN: 155821707X   Date Published on 5/24/2006
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Working with Tile (Tauton's Build Like a Pro) Total Hits - 980  |  Hits Today - 0Rating:   Rating Average (12)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
Few building materials can match tile for durability, beauty, design — and increasingly, popularity. This book combines an inspiring diversity of design ideas with well-illustrated, pro-level installation and repair techniques. Tiling begins with a full range of design inspiration and options, with chapters on the characteristics, pros, and cons of different types of tile. Included here is a varied selection of completed installations, both indoor and outdoor. Next come the details on tools and materials required for different projects. This part of the book contains trade secrets, tool-buying tips, common techniques, and safety procedures—all designed to help readers get the most professional results possible. The remainder is taken up with specific projects based on the authors' extensive installation and repair experience. Using a highly visual approach, this section enables them to follow a project from start to finish through concisely captioned step-by-step photos.
ISBN: 1561586773   Date Published on 9/2/2006
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World of Windows: Window Covering Basics Total Hits - 172  |  Hits Today - 0Rating:   Rating Average (0)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
World of Windows is the JCPenny name for the book Window Covering Basics. ----- FROM THE PREFACE --- "The prospect of doing your own windows can be overwhelming. However, being your own decorator isn't as difficult as you may think. You can do it with the help of this guide. You will be able to properly measure your windows, and buy the appropriate size draperies or curtains, the right amount of panels or valances or tiers, and the correct hardware. You will also be able to install your selected window treatment to achieve a decorator look. The formulas are simple and logical. --- You may wish to use World of Windows as a reference manual and simply turn to the section relevant to the project you have at hand. However, many suggested treatments in the sections on options may be applicable to more than one type of window covering. Throughout this guide you will find valuable 'Reader Tips.' The simplified illustrations will remove the mystery of bay windows, corner windows, and French doors, and stimulate your imagination.
ISBN: 1890788015   Date Published on 5/15/2006

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