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The Right Color (2011, original release: 2011)

Call Number 747.94/ASHCRAFT,E

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LocationCall NumberItem Status
Adult Nonfiction747.94/ASHCRAFT,EAvailable
Published: New York, NY : Artisan, [2011] ©2011
Description:  218 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 25 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9781579654085 :, 1579654088, 1579654088 :,
Language:  English

A brief history of color. Color through the ages ; The color wheel ; The science of color ; The language of color -- Finding your home's palette. Where to begin ; Six inspirations for a palette ; A color story : from porcelain saucer to paint can -- Color in context. Color and light ; Color and elements of a room ; Using color to define space ; Breaking the color rules -- Color room by room. Entry halls and stair halls ; Living rooms ; Dining rooms ; Kitchens ; Utility spaces ; Home offices ; Master bedrooms ; Children's rooms ; Guest rooms ; Bathrooms ; Powder rooms -- Case studies: Eve on site. Urban loft 1 ; Urban loft 2 ; A historic house in Charleston ; My city home ; My country home ; My studio ; A New York State farmhouse ; A house in Beverly Hills ; A Connecticut colonial -- Twenty-eight colors that work. -- Ready, set, paint. Paint : questions and answers ; Paint sheen ; The painting process ; The painter's tool kit ; Hiring a painter ; Testing colors ; Recording and preserving your colors

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Additional Credits:
MacIsaac, Heather Smith.

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