HOW TO SOLVE YOUR DECORATING PROBLEMS by Barbara Taylor Bradford

HOW TO SOLVE YOUR DECORATING PROBLEMS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Bradford has some useful suggestions for the apartment blahs brought on by cramped quarters, dilapidated furniture, boring color schemes. Nobody could object to more pegboards, shelves, and white lacquer to spiff things up. But a chapter on lamps and lighting--essential for those living in dingy city apartments--isn't there. And sand-colored vinyl walls are, ugh, a special taste.

Pub Date: June 1st, 1976
Publisher: Simon & Schuster