YOU AND YOUR APARTMENT by Carleton Varney

YOU AND YOUR APARTMENT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An interior decorator attempts to rally the flagging spirits of the apartment-bound, gloomily contemplating blank walls and uncarpeted floors. There is an offhand mention in the contents about apartment hunting but Mr. Varney races happily into Utopian specifications for bachelors, female roommates, marrieds, with or without child. Since the Ideal for most soon becomes merely the Obtainable, plunge with Mr. Varney into the mad world of color, furniture selection and placement; floor covering; lighting, etc. Admittedly not of the ""plain vanilla"" school of decorating, the author tends toward virtuoso-to-shrill performances which nonetheless offer a heady stimulus to neophytes.

Pub Date: Aug. 21st, 1967
Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill