The Stress-free Home: Beautiful Interiors for Serenity and Harmonious Living

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Rockport Publishers, 2003 - 159 pages
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Have you ever wished your home acted more like a peaceful sanctuary for you to escape to at the end of the day? The Stress-Free Home can help! Open the door, take off your shoes, and unwind. You're home -- cocooned in the private space that belongs to you. Personal and professional issues cause stress in our lives that we can't always control. By making your environment comfortable and relaxing, you can optimize the hours spent at home by creating an environment that nurtures your inner soul. Placement of objects such as mirrors, artwork, and plant life have a greater purpose than just being aesthetically pleasing. Through the ages, we have learned from ancient cultures that color, pattern, and arrangement of possessions have a profound affect on our mood. Ultimately, the residual effects of a serene environment will overflow into every aspect of your life. Stress seems to be a universal by-product of modern life. But crafting a satisfying environment in your home is one of the most effective ways of minimizing its effects.

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I personally didn't like any of the interior design ideas in this book and the advice on reducing stress was the same old stuff that anyone can find with a couple of minutes of looking at the top ... Consulter l'avis complet

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Jackie Craven is an old-house renovator and a widely published writer who specializes in architecture and home design. She writes for the home-improvement column, The Fix, for House & Garden magazine and has also written numerous features for prominent newspapers nationwide. She lives in New York City.

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