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Home from the Hardware Store : Transform Everyday Materials into Fabulous Home Furnishings,9781605295725

Home from the Hardware Store : Transform Everyday Materials into Fabulous Home Furnishings

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ISBN13:

9781605295725

ISBN10:
1605295728
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
11/9/2010
Publisher(s):
Rodale Books
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Summary

50 stylish projects from the aisles of the home improvement center In Home from the Hardware Store, artist and designer Stephen Antonson and his wife, Kathleen Hackett ply the aisles of the home improvement center and emerge with a host of ideas for clever, original decorative objects any interior designer would love. Antonson and Hackett cast their eyes on pedestrian materials'”drain covers, cork matting, plumbing parts, light sockets, brass nails'”and see lamps, wallpaper, table runners, side tables, even cuff links. Organized by decorating challenge, chapters include ideas for lighting, windows and walls, furniture, tabletop, and storage. Beautiful full-color photos, including how-to pictures along with clear, concise, yet friendly instructions, accompany every project. Sidebars and quick tips are scattered throughout, providing DIYers with gentle reminders and instructions for basic tool and equipment use. Design lovers, crafters, and penny pinchers alike will find much to inspire in Home from the Hardware Store.

Author Biography

KATHLEEN HACKETT is coauthor of The Salvage Sisters’ Guide to Finding Style in the Street and Inspiration in the Attic.
STEPHEN ANTONSON is a sculptor and set designer. He and Hackett live in Brooklyn.


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