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"Eco Deco" blends the recycling ethic with a stylish perspective. An inspiring book, it will encourage you to take a stroll around life's back door and examine the everyday junk and waste that we trash, bury and burn every day. Use it to design new objects and work with waste materials that started out life as something quite different. "Eco Deco" traces the origins of using recycled materials in interiors. It is certainly not a new phenomenon, but is now gaining more followers as society becomes more ecologically aware. The materials that lend themselves to reuse are often abundant and inexpensive to acquire, such as driftwood, chipped china and old clothes. Each chapter discusses how to harvest your materials and prepare them for reuse and explores the design potential of card and paper, fabric, wood, ceramics and glass, and plastic and metal. With beautiful photography, "Eco Deco" urges you to look again at what you throw out and instils a creative impulse that will inspire you to take a fresh look at home decoration.Biografía del autor:
Stewart and Sally Walton have worked on television and in magazines and are the authors of over 30 books on crafts, design and interior decorating. Stewart was one of the original team on the BBC's Home Front in the 90's and Sally wrote books to accompany the series. Sally now runs a successful eco-business called carry-a-bag making distinctive shopping bags from recycled and organic fabrics and Stewart is an artist who also designs and makes contemporary furniture from recycled wood. To visit Sally's website go to: http://carry-a-bag.com and http://carry-a-bag.blogspot.com/
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Descripción Apple Press, 2007. Paperback. Condición: New. Brand new. Prompt despatch. Orders despatched on the same or next working day. Nº de ref. del artículo: mon0000048613
Descripción Apple Press, 2007. Condición: New. book. Nº de ref. del artículo: M1845432304