New Built-ins Idea BookBook - 2005
An illustrated guide to constructing built-ins shows readers how to transform spaces along walls and in corners into efficient bookcases, entertainment centers, and storage units, featuring hundreds of design ideas. Original.
In a volume extensively illustrated with photographic examples of cabinetry, shelves, and other built-ins for the home, Nagyszalanczy (a former senior editor of Fine Woodworking magazine) gives tips and advice on how to use built-ins to add style and utility to every area of one's home. Annotation ©2005 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Do-it-yourself home projects have become a national pastime, and nothing satisfies that urge more then creating built-ins. The fact that they are a permanent part of a house makes it more critical that they be done with as much skill and imagination as possible. That's where the New Built-Ins Idea Book comes in. Written by Sandor Nagyszalanczy, a former senior editor of Fine Woodworking magazine and an acknowledged expert in the field, this illustrated guide shows step-by-step how to create built-ins that are both practical and appealing. Here are hundreds of design ideas for projects for every room of the house, including kitchens, bathrooms, libraries, kids' spaces, dining rooms, bedrooms, and the increasingly popular media spaces. The book shows a wide range of possibilities for incorporating built-ins, from niches to bookcases to spaces that replace those stacks of clothing in the closet. Complete coverage of materials, lighting, color, and hardware, along with careful, comprehensible drawings and photographs, is included.