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The Elements of Style: An Encyclopedia of Domestic Architectural Detail Total Hits - 4808  |  Hits Today - 0 Rating:   Rating Average (10)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
Designed primarily for those building or restoring a home, this very well-organized and detailed book (first published in 1997 and here reprinted) includes samples of doors, windows, walls, ceilings, floors, fireplaces, kitchens, staircases, casework, lighting, services and metalwork including extremely informative photo/line art illustrations. The periods under study start with the Tudor and Jacobean, Baroque, early and late Georgian, colonial, Regency, Federal and Empire, Victorian, Arts and Crafts, Art Nouveau, Beaux Arts, the Modern movements and an expanded section on the contemporary era. Glossaries are provided in both American and British vernacular. Annotation 2006 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
ISBN: 1554070791   Date Published on 9/8/2005
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Decorating with Architectural Trimwork: Planning, Designing, InstallingTotal Hits - 4131  |  Hits Today - 0 Rating:   Rating Average (27)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
Shows homeowners how to choose and use moldings and trim. Includes design concepts. Over 450 full-color photos and illustrations.
ISBN: 1580110789   Date Published on 7/28/2001
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Quick Guide: Windows & Doors : Step-by-Step Remodeling Techniques Total Hits - 1268  |  Hits Today - 0Rating:   Rating Average (4)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
Shows you how to install windows, doors, and skylights as quickly and efficiently as a professional. You can choose from many types and styles among windows (double-hung and picture windows) and both interior and exterior doors (prehung, sliding glass, and swinging doors). Customize windows with shutters, fanlights, and moldings, and even make an assortment of both window and door repairs. Each book in the Quick Guide Series has more than 190 two-color illustrations with easy-to-follow instructions.
ISBN: 1880029235   Date Published on 3/28/1994
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The New Decorating with Architectural Trimwork Total Hits - 1243  |  Hits Today - 0Rating:   Rating Average (13)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
In this new, expanded edition of Jay Silber's ground-breaking first book, The New Decorating with Architectural Trimwork focuses on the aesthetic uses of architectural trimwork. There are plenty of books that tell the reader how to install trim around windows and doors, but few that also explain how architectural trim can enhance a room's aesthetic appeal. Silber shows readers even more ideas on how to choose and use a wide variety of moldings, trim, and design concepts to transform the all-too-common sterile, open floor plan into a warm, inviting, richly textured home. This new edition of Trimwork provides ideas for how to decorate homes with trim and wall panels so that walls, passageways, and stairways can radiate the warmth, character, and beauty of the well-trimmed homes of eras gone by.
ISBN: 1580111815   Date Published on 4/1/2005
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Atomic RanchTotal Hits - 1234  |  Hits Today - 0Rating:   Rating Average (106)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
Atomic Ranch is an in-depth exploration of post-World War II residential architecture in America. Mid-century ranches (1946-1970) range from the decidedly modern gable-roofed Joseph Eichler tracts in the San Francisco Bay area and butterfly wing houses in Palm Springs, Florida, to the unassuming brick or stucco L-shaped ranches and split-levels so common throughout the United States.

ISBN: 1423600029   Date Published on 9/12/2006
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New Spaces, Old World Charm (Elements of Living)Total Hits - 1196  |  Hits Today - 0Rating:   Rating Average (13)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
You appreciate the ease-of-use, low maintenance and layout of new construction; you admire the charm, detail and warmth of older homes. Why not have both? With New Spaces, Old World Charm , you can! This insightful book, filled with 250 inspiring full color photographs, will help you transform your new home into a vintage space rich with history, warmth and comfort. Inside, fourteen leading designers show you how they brought historical interest, human scale, timeless style and welcoming warmth to newly built or gutted residences.You'll find hundreds of ways to create classic-yet-fresh spaces through architectural details, bold color, rich textiles, antique and reproduction furnishings and much more. Step inside and begin your journey of discovery. You'll find: A large, new Palm Beach home decorated in Bermuda cottage-inspired splendor by Ann LeConey. A large builder's house reimagined as a charming Colonial by Carl D'Aquino and Francine Monaco A historic townhouse revived and imbued with chic sophistication by Joe Nahem. An Asian-influenced penthouse by Peter Chu. And that's just the start -- you'll also find winning projects by top-rated designers Robert Couturier, Elissa Cullman all sharing tips of their trade. For house lovers, for designers, for dreamers-;there are few books that offer as rich an assortment of ideas and sources as this one. New Spaces, Old World Charm indeed has its own charm. It's a book sure to bring delight, whether you keep it for yourself or give it to somebody who truly values timeless craftsmanship and quality.
ISBN: 0071439293   Date Published on 11/1/2004
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By Design: Why There Are No Locks on the Bathroom Doors in the Hotel Louis XIV and Other Object LessTotal Hits - 1176  |  Hits Today - 0Rating:   Rating Average (14)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
An inspiring resource for design students, professionals, or anyone who could benefit from a fuller appreciation of the design process. By Design vividly shows how design affects our most significant human activities. A network of engrossing stories illuminate the process as it applies to industrial design, interior design, fashion design, graphic design, and social situations.

This new edition of a popular classic features updated examples of timeless ideas, illustrated in full color. A concluding chapter discusses what has, and has not, changed since the first edition, examining design responses to radical technological developments and shifting consumer demands. An elegant foreword by Paola Antonelli of the Museum of Modern Arts Department of Architecture and Design reintroduces the book to a fresh generation of readers.

ISBN: 1563673495   Date Published on 6/30/2005
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Ideas for Great Windows & Doors Total Hits - 1142  |  Hits Today - 1Rating:   Rating Average (9)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
Open up to a world of ideas for classic and contemporary windows, doors and skylights. Bring brightness, efficiency, and personality to your home, while learning your options regarding window placement, structural concerns, weatherproofing, and working with professionals. Shed some light on your planning and remodeling projects with Ideas For Great Windows & Doors.
ISBN: 0376017538   Date Published on 10/1/1993
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Finishing Basements & Attics: Ideas & Projects for Expanding Your Living Space (BLACK & DECKER)Total Hits - 1127  |  Hits Today - 0Rating:   Rating Average (5)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
This book shows homeowners how to accomplish perhaps the greatest and most rewarding of all do-it-yourself projects: converting the unfinished space in a basement or attic into comfortable, safe, and truly customized living areas. Many Americans grew up in homes that had "finished" basements (do dark wood paneling and a sloping pool table sound familiar?), and their parents likely used one of the books still available on the how-to shelf. But today's homeowners are claiming their unfinished square footage for more specific uses: high-tech home offices, fully equipped home theaters, and secondary living spaces for aging relatives. For these new "home spaces", Finishing Basements & Attics is the up-to-date guide they need.
ISBN: 0865735832   Date Published on 10/1/2000
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Wright-Sized Houses : Frank Lloyd Wright's Solutions for Making Small Houses Feel Big Total Hits - 1124  |  Hits Today - 1Rating:   Rating Average (17)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
America's most famous architect was obsessed with small houses. Even though this exciting aspect of his work has been long overlooked, the truth is that Frank Lloyd Wright spent most of his career addressing the problems of houses intended for individuals or small families of modest means. In the only book on the master architect to focus on "the house of moderate cost," Wright expert Diane Maddex takes the reader inside a selection of his small houses from across the country, turning the spotlight on Wright's ingenious solutions to make these homes look and feel large.
ISBN: 0810946262   Date Published on 11/25/2003

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