How to Have A Stylish Home Without Breaking the Bank

Book - 2006
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It's suddenly smart to be thrifty Conspicuous consumerism is over, and now it's cool to be stylish on a budget. Thrift is not about being cheap, instead it's about spending your money wisely, investing in a few timeless pieces, making the most of what you've already got, knowing where to shop for the best deals, and knowing what small changes will make a big impact on your home.
With the huge boom on the home style magazines and television shows everyone suddenly wants to live in a stylish space. Thrift is filled with clever tricks to help you reinvigorate tired floors, walls, or pieces of furniture. It will teach you how to inject some personality into your interior with project ideas, plus it contains tips on the hot new trends so that you can snap up the bargains before everyone else.
Whether you're thrifty because you have to be, or just because you want to be, Thrift is a beautifully designed resource for those wanting to create a fashionable home.
Publisher: Toronto : Key Porter Books, 2006, c2005.
ISBN: 9781552637739
Branch Call Number: 747
Characteristics: 144 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm.
Additional Contributors: Hughes, Graham Atkins


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