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Award-winning designer Jessica McClintock, whose name is synonymous with romance, shows readers how to cultivate lush, delicate beauty and warmth in their own living spaces
From special-occasion wear and perfume to home accessories and furnishings, Jessica McClintock has created a lifestyle brand dedicated to romance and femininityâone that resonates with generations of women all over the world. Her San Francisco Victorian house is the epitome of intimacy and grace and has been featured on television programs and in such magazines as Victoria, Architectural Digest, Redbook, and Home Design. Now she invites readers into her home and shows them how to incorporate romantic elements into their own homes, without sacrificing their individual style or spending a great deal of time or money.
The book's special features include:
â¢ chapters devoted to each room in the house with innovative ideas for bringing romance and comfort into every corner, including outdoor spaces
â¢ illustrated do-it-yourself projects inspired by Jessica's dÃ©cor using simple design principles, basic sewing and crafting skills, and a little imagination
â¢ a private tour of the author's showplace homeâinside and outâthrough 100 gorgeous, full-color photographs, shot exclusively for this book
Jessica McClintock's Simply Romantic Decorating is a blueprint for readers on how to indulge their romantic decorating fantasies with timeless style and personal flair.
About: Showcasing the San Francisco Victorian home of an award-winning designer, a variety of step-by-step projects explains how to affordably incorporate romantic and comfort-enhancing design elements that reflect an individual's personal sense of style.
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