A Living Space

Author: Kit Kemp

Publisher:

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Category: Architecture

Page: 256

View: 883

Inspiring interiors that have a personal, handcrafted feel. This lavishly photographed interiors book shows how to leave behind design "rules" to create truly beautiful, original interiors. For more than twenty years, Kit Kemp has been at the forefront of the international design community, with her signature style that mixes contemporary elements with antiques and junk-shop finds, luxurious fabrics with printed wallpapers, and hand-finished detailing with collections of simple objects that create impact. She avoids taking design too seriously, playing with scale, color and pattern to create very personal, handcrafted spaces. Alongside the stunning images of room sets and detailed close-ups will be the inspiration behind Kit’s work and her tips for creating your own version of her style at home. Interiors are meant for living in, and the key is to create a space that is comfortable and beautiful and reflects who you really are.

Dead Portraits in a Living Room

Author: Gregory Wilson

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

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Category: Poetry

Page: 110

View: 405

All the poems between My Momma Did Say I Would Meet A Girl Like You and Untitled are observations, reminiscences, and insights stories within a story. Using the river motif and oral tradition in Untitled the poet underscores certain thematic and analogous paradigms within a socio-cultural, geo-political landscape. This landscape is America. Why America? Well, Long Creek runs from the back of our house into the Roaring River. Moreover, all the diverse rivers of the world run into the great rivers of America. Similarly, peoples from across the globe stream into America the land of opportunity. America then, has become an inter-cultural, intracultural dynamic; framework a cauldron that brews an alchemy of ideas that is characteristic of a renewed people called Americans. Many of the poems, their titles and the images within them, find a connection, a culmination even, in the last poem of this collection, the revelation Untitled.

Living Spaces

Author: Jessica Tolliver

Publisher: Barnes & Noble Publishing

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Category: Architecture

Page: 128

View: 672

A writer whose work regularly appears in House Beautiful and Home introduces you to a whole new way of thinking about decorating. Her strategy: the problem in one area can solve a problem in another. Rearrange spaces and uses, change lighting, switch adult and kids’ living areas, house your hobby in your guest room, and much more. Before-and-after photos with call-out illustrations highlight each possible change.

The Healthy Living Space

70 Practical Ways to Detoxify the Body and Home

Author: Richard Leviton

Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing

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Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 656

View: 756

Science shows that nearly every corner of our planet is toxic, and that all people carry residues of dozens of chemicals in their cells. Our body, our home, and our world are steadily sickening us every day of our lives. But we don't have to live in a poisoned world, and we don't have to be sick. We can have a healthy living space again by detoxifying our body and home, ridding both of their burden. The key is to cleanse both at the same time. The Healthy Living Space is the first book that shows you how, and why, to detoxify your home and body together. In The Healthy Living Space health writer and alternative medicine journalist Richard Leviton gives 70 practical steps on how to use safe, proven, nontoxic, self-care methods drawn from the fields of natural and alternative medicine. The detoxifying steps are backed by science and easy to use/ they don't require expensive equipment or a doctor's supervision. They're effective and produce results and you can start them today. Whether the poisons are in your liver and intestines or in your carpets and drinking water, whether the problem is the shape of your bedroom or radon seeping into your basement, The Healthy Living Space will show you how to get the poisons out of your life and the health back into it.

The Living Room

Author: Robert Whitlow

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

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Category: Fiction

Page: 416

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Amy Clarke’s dreams are coming true—and that’s the problem. Legal secretary by day, romance novelist by night, Amy Clarke lives with a precious secret. For years, she has traveled to a holy place in her dreams—a sublime place she calls the Living Room. When she awakes, her faith and energy are supernaturally restored. And when she dreams, she receives vibrant inspiration for her novels. As she begins to write her third book, the nature of her dreams shifts. Gone are the literary signposts. Instead, her dreams are studded with scenes that foreshadow real life. Before long, the scenes begin to spill over into her waking hours too. As Amy becomes entangled in a high stakes case at work, her visions take on a dark hue—implicating someone dear to her, causing her to question everything. And convincing her to trust someone with his own shadowy secrets. Things are not always what they seem. But as fiction, dreams, and real life begin to overlap, Amy must stop dreaming and act to prevent tragedy. “With deft sleight of hand, wonderful characterization, and carefully layered plots, Robert Whitlow has crafted a gripping story about the mysteries of God’s power to shelter the people he loves.”—Erin Healy, author of Afloat

Masonry Heaters

Designing, Building, and Living with a Piece of the Sun

Author: Ken Matesz

Publisher: Chelsea Green Publishing

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Category: House & Home

Page: 326

View: 536

A complete guide to designing and living with one of the oldest, and yet one of the newest, heating devices. A masonry heater's design, placement in the home, and luxurious radiant heat redefines the hearth for the modern era, turning it into a piece of the sun right inside the home. The book discusses different masonry heater designs, including variations extant in Europe, and explains the growth of their popularity in the US beginning in the 1970s. Masonry heaters offer a unique comfort that is superior to that from convection heat from forced-air systems, and more personal than that offered by "radiant" floors. Professional contractors will find this a useful tool to consult,. Home-owners considering a new method of home heating will find all they need to know about masonry heaters and their durability, quality, serviceability, and health-supporting features as a viable investment in self-sufficiency and freedom from fossil fuels.

Science Magic in the Living Room

Author: Richard Robinson

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Category: Magic tricks

Page: 94

View: 287

Science Magic is a series of four paperbacks for children, that make science fun!Find out about everyday science, while performing as a magician, and dazzle your friends and family. Each book uses objects to be found in a different room in the house, to explain some basic scientific principles through magic 'tricks', or experiments. The easy, accessible text is complemented withcartoon illustrations to make a winning combination.Richard Robinson has created numerous popular science shows for television, including 'The Big Bang' (CITV), and 'The Riddlers' (YTV). He also helped set up and perform in the first series of 'Spitting Image', the hugely successful satire series.

Living Spaces

Design is in the Details

Author: Brad Mee

Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.

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Category: House & Home

Page: 160

View: 834

A helpful, illustrated handbook designed to help readers create the perfect living room to suit one's personal lifestyle, budget, and taste explains how to design a vital, multifunctional room, with advice on style, furnishings, color, decorative details, accessories, and other important elements.

Stories from the Living Room

A Golden Heritage from the Old West

Author: Jon Garate

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

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Category: History

Page: 102

View: 618

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A Living Landscape

Bronze Age Settlement Sites in the Dutch River Area (C. 2000-800 BC)

Author: Stijn Arnoldussen

Publisher: Sidestone Press

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Category: History

Page: 535

View: 640

Today, half the Netherlands is below sea level. Because of this, water-management is of key importance when it comes to maintaining present-day habitation of the Dutch low-lands. In prehistory, however, large parts of the Dutch landscape were highly dynamic due to ongoing fluvial sedimentation. Vast deltaic areas with ceaseless river activity formed the backdrop against which prehistoric occupation took place. Although such landscapes may seem inhospitable, the often excellently preserved archaeological evidence indicates that people lived in these lowlands throughout prehistory. This book describes why Bronze Age farmers were keen to settle here and how these prehistoric communities structured the landscape around their house-sites at various scales. Using a vast body of evidence from several large-scale excavations in the Dutch river area, the author reconstructs the changes in the cultural landscape over time. Starting from the Middle Neolithic, changing preferences for settlement site locations and changes in domestic architecture are traced in detail to the Iron Age. However, for proper understanding of the cultural landscape, not only settlements but also graves and patterns of object deposition - and their landscape characteristics - are discussed. By using evidence from over 50 major excavations, yielding over 300 house plans, this book contains by far the richest data-set on Dutch Bronze Age settlements. Most of these results have not previously been published in English, making this book of over 500 pages a true academic treasure for an international audience. The in-depth presentation of Bronze Age settlement sites, as well as the critical discussion of models and premises current in later prehistoric settlement archaeology, have an important relevance stretching beyond the Dutch lowland areas on which it is based. The wealth of high-quality Dutch data is presented as a synthesized (yet well-annotated) narrative, that rises above mere site interpretation, even more so due to its landscape-scale focus. Therefore this book is a must-have for those interested in later prehistoric cultural landscapes and settlement archaeology.