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7 Reasons to Buy this Book1. Learn how to organize your home with do it yourself interior designs that are easy and fun to make.2. This book will teach you how to make your own bedframe, headboard, and even designs for your bedroom. 3. Learn the basics of DIY interior design and what you'll need to get started inside this book. 4. You'll learn ways to make your children's rooms look magical with a few quick and simple designs inside this book. 5. Learn how to make your own table and furniture set for your living by reading this book and just following the instructions. 6. This book will show you how to spruce up your house with wall decorations and general home decor that you personally make yourself. 7. Inside this book you'll learn how to make light fixtures and candle holders that will provide your house with a sense of style and character.
What You'll Learn from "Interior Design"What is DIY Interior Design? All About Your Living Room A Look into the Bedroom Glancing at Your Kitchen Some Bathroom Style Various Wall Hangings & Decorations Looking at a Child's Design Designing Your Porch & Patio Adding Some Pizzazz to Your Home A Few Things to Remember
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I love to cook and I usually have at least one of my two cats in the kitchen with me, hoping I will drop some food. One day I realized that I wanted to write my own cookbook with my favorite recipes. This will be the second of a series. Hope you enjoy.
From a hodgepodge provincial city of brick buildings into an ordered array of white classical temples, Washington, D.C., was transformed by visionary planning and Herculean implementation in response to the political and artistic movements of the early twentieth century. The U.S. Commission of Fine Arts was created by Congress in 1910 to guide this transformation and has continued to advise on the capital city's design and other national symbols for a century. The impetus for this seven-member, presidentially appointed commission on design can be traced to the Senate Park Commission of 1901, whose grand plan focused on the Mall as the symbolic core of the capital--and the nation--proposing that it be a formal, public space framed by Neoclassical architecture to express the ideals of the American democracy. This book explores the role of the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts in the design and architecture of Washington, as well as the city's memorials and commemorative sites that represent the nation. It examines the social and political contexts that fostered the commission's creation and the subsequent trends that have informed its decisions. As design philosophies and styles changed over the century, the commission also shifted its emphasis--from Beaux-Arts architecture and planning principles to the modernist pragmatism of mid-century, the urban redevelopment and historicist trends of the late twentieth century, and the contemporary era characterised by issues of security, sustainability, and information technology.
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