The Paper Home

The Paper Home

Side Tables, Clocks, Bowls, and Other Home Projects Made From Paper

Book - 2008
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Random House, Inc.
Paper is practical, readily available, versatile, and inexpensive. And as The Paper Home brilliantly demonstrates, it is also an easy-to-work-with material that can be fashioned in many ways to create beautiful objects for any living space. From card stock to cardboard, and using techniques from papier-mâché to origami, this avant-garde book shows paper crafters looking for a new twist–or any designer eager to experiment with a new medium–how to create unique home accents.

Beginning with a brief history of paper and how it functions as an interior design element, the book goes on to provide directions for 20 eclectic objects that are inspiring, beautiful, and chic. With simple, straightforward instructions, The Paper Home shows even those who have never worked with paper before how to create stunning objets d’art. Whether it’s a side table made from carved foam board or a clock made from corrugated cardboard, these three-dimensional projects will change the way crafters approach home decor.

Baker & Taylor
Explains how to transform paper into a variety of beautiful and versatile items for any living space using such techniques as papier-mâché or origami, in a full-color handbook that features a concise history of paper and its use as an interior design element and step-by-step instructions for twenty easy-to-make projects. Original. 10,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : Potter Craft, c2008
Edition: 1st American ed
ISBN: 9780307396136
0307396134
Characteristics: 127 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm

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