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December 19, 2003 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-12-19

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For most Jewish families, home is where the heart is. The following books
offer inspiration to those whose interests lie in home design and decor.
.If you live in Michigan, you've probably dreamed, at one time or another,
about living on one of the area's numerous
lakes. Whether you've achieved that dream
or it's something you're working toward,
Robert W. Knight's A House on the Water:
Inspiration for Living at Water's Edge
(Taunton Press; $34.95) is the book for .
you. It showcases 24 outstanding water-
front homes, including lakefront homes
across the country, as well as design advice
from the author/architect.
More design advice comes from Britain-
based author Ros Byam Shaw, whose
Interiors By Design (Ryland, Peters &
Small; $35)
offers readers the
secrets of design
professionals so
they can create
their own perfect
room. The first
section of the
book, "Getting
Started," guides
readers through
the creative
process;
"Complete
Schemes" and
"The Rooms"
present more
than 30 interiors selected from
stylish homes around the world;
and "Trade Secrets" provides a summary of
professional wisdom to ensure amateur
designers get the best possible results.
Thinking of moving to a more urban
space? City Living (Ryland, Peters & Small;
$29.95), edited by design writers Bo Niles
and Katherine Sorrell, offers 25 homes that
reflect the different aspects of
urban domestic design. "Classic •
Elegance" looks at traditional
homes that integrate old and new;
"Streamlined Sleek" includes a
range of pared-down modern
dwellings; "Retro Redefined"
reflects mid-20th century style;
"Relaxed Eclectic" takes a broad
look at urban domestic architec-
ture, including loft architecture.
Finally, if you're redecorating,
but color selection has you baffled,
check out The Color Answer Book
(Capital Books; $30), by Leatrice
Eiseman. The author, founder and
co-director of the Eiseman Center
for Color Information and
Training, has selected 100 ques-
tions people ask most often about
color, and answers them to enlight-
en readers about how to use color
EIGHT NIGHTS on page 80
to enhance their lives.

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