House Proud

House Proud

Book - 2006
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Forget boring beige sofas and anaemic pine coffee tables. This book shows readers how to produce faboulous signature pieces for every room, from vintage scarf cushions and fun aprons for playing hostess, to personalized decoupage tables and polka-dot lamps. Readers can make most of the projects from things they already own--placemats made from old magazine covers, for instance.Through a range of chic, fun, wild and witty projects House Proud helps readers find their style and use it to turn their living space into a dream space. A new take on craft for the stylish, thrifty and those keen to recycle rather than buy new.
Publisher: Cincinnati, OH : North Light Books, c2006.
ISBN: 9781600610622
Branch Call Number: 747
Characteristics: 218 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm.


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DanniOcean Jun 15, 2009

Danielle Proud, the British queen of cheap-chic is the ultimate recycler, reclaiming forgotten treasures with tried and true crafting skills. With great detail and lots of pictures she demonstrates each step in a multitude of projects: turning a threadbare 1960's dress into oven mitts, past issues of Vogue magazine covers into placemats, vintage plates into an attractive roller blind (yep, roller blind), a boring IKEA-like dresser into a one-of-a-kind objet d'art, and a shark into a door-stop (yep, a shark)...


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