Budding young decorators can practice their craft with this new doodle book and its trendy room-design ideas. More than 60 drawings range from sparsely furnished or completely bare rooms to fully decorated spaces that offer lots of inspiration. Sample swatches on the inside covers provide ideas for e... read more
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