A surprisingly sane and balanced and practical book for the average reader who is interested in studying the basic...

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DECORATING LIVABLE HOMES

A surprisingly sane and balanced and practical book for the average reader who is interested in studying the basic principles back of interior decoration, the theories of texture, color, form, balance and so on. Into each section -- into common-sense presentation of the problems each room of a house offers -- the author injects practical advice, and such everyday first aids as removal of stains from upholstery, treatment, care and cleaning of rugs, care of woodwork and furniture, and so on. A book for any careful housewife, and a good guide for the young married woman who is learning the ropes, or for anyone planning a new home.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937