Small Spaces

Small Spaces

Making the Most of the Space You Have

Book - 2009 | Compact ed.
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Living space is a precious commodity. Few of us have as much space as we'd like, whether we live in a studio or have a key room that's just too small. Rebecca Tangueray starts with Making the Most of Your Space. She presents compact homes that show how clever use of color, lighting, or other elements makes for a spacious feel. In "The Zones", Rebecca explores the organization of space, including the areas for living, cooking, working, bathing, and sleeping, and how to make your home multi-functional. Solutions tackles elements crucial to the compact home--including dividing space, using color, lighting and texture, and clever storage and furniture.*Make every inch of your home, from tiny kitchen to compact bedroom, work for you.*Inspirational ideas for everyone, whether your style is pared-down modern, eclectic bohemian or classic with a twist.*Includes helpful details such as where to hide the kitchen utensils or trailing electrical leads.
Publisher: London ; New York : Ryland Peters & Small, 2009.
Edition: Compact ed.
ISBN: 9781845978211
Branch Call Number: 747.8837 TANQUER
Characteristics: 143 p. : col. ill. 18 cm.
Additional Contributors: Everard, Chris


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May 31, 2017

Nice pictures, but their idea of 'small' is over 900 square feet. Also, one of the repeated suggestions is 'build a mezzanine' which only works if you own the place!

Aug 28, 2016

This is essentially just a picture book. Lovely pictures but not very practical.

Jan 12, 2014

Made for people living in New York style cities. Expensive ideas.


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