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Published: Sunday, June 23, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Ideas from Country Living magazine, all in one book

Fans of Country Living magazine will love "The Little Book of Big Decorating Ideas."
The book is a compilation of photos from the magazine, representing its best tips and decorating advice.
They include practically instantaneous transformations, such as clipping artwork to an old-fashioned drying rack or drawing chalk lines on a deck to create an outdoor chess board, as well as bigger undertakings such as hiding a TV above a fireplace or transforming a dresser with wallpaper. Garden ideas are included, too.
Instructions are provided for some of the projects to help you act on your inspiration. The book sells for $24.95 in hardcover.

Story tags » BooksInterior decorating

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