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The Homemade Home for Children: 50 Thrifty and Chic Projects for Creative Parents

The Homemade Home for Children: 50 Thrifty and Chic Projects for Creative Parents

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Following the success of The Homemade Home, Sania Pell now turns her attention to a younger audience, creating a stylish, innovative, contemporary and child-friendly collection of 50 projects for parents to make with and for their offspring. There are ideas for decorating the nursery and children's bedrooms, with great storage tricks, display ideas, and decorations ranging from a nautical-themed bed throw to a banner embellished with silk flowers. When it's playtime, choose from making planes from balsa wood, sewing simple yet fun costumes, or creating a fabulous play boat from a metal bath tub and a canvas sail. There are suggestions for the garden too, including a waterproof picnic rug and a play tent which utilises the washing line rather than cumbersome tent poles. There are even quick ways to customise children's highstreet clothing by adding collars, applique and buttons. If you can thread a needle, hold a paintbrush or wield a glue gun, you will find this book packed with inspirational ideas.

Art, Fashion & PhotographyArt monographs, history & theoryArt formsDecorative artsHome & GardenInterior designInterior design, decor & style guidesMind, Body & Spirit Publisher: Ryland, Peters & Small Ltd Publication Date: 05/04/2012 ISBN-13: 9781908170194  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Sania Pell is an author, interiors stylist and designer, known for bringing a unique, handmade aspect to her work for publications such as Elle Decoration, The Sunday Telegraph and The Mail on Sunday. After studying textile design at Edinburgh College of Art, Sania worked for one of London's top textile design studios for seven years. During this time she gained valuable commercial experience designing for different markets including Europe, the US and Japan. Wanting a new challenge, she retrained as an interior stylist.

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