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Fix Your Home

Turn Your Pad Into a Palace

Jane Moseley

Jackie Strachan

Illustrated by Claire Rollet

Portico

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ISBN: 9781910232552

Price: £9.99

Publication date: 9 March 2017

Category: Lifestyle & Gardening

A stylish, practical guide to making your home beautiful and keeping it in tip-top condition.

Fix Your Home is an illustrated little guide to decorating and maintaining your home, aimed at young urban professionals who have just moved into their first flat. With no-nonsense writing and straightforward step-by-step instructions, it gives you all the basic home maintenance information you’ll ever need, including putting up shelves, hanging pictures, wallpapering a room, saving energy and when to admit defeat and get the professionals in. On top of that, it contains a wealth of inspiration for decorating your abode on a shoestring, from window treatments to flooring to stylish home offices. Read this book and you’ll be able to get all your home’s little eccentricities under control, leaving you to get on with living your busy and exciting life

Word count: 15,000

ABOUT THE Author

Jane Moseley has a passion for pots and potatoes and for making the most of a small outdoor town space complete with steps and restricted sunlight. Let them plant the seed of a gardening passion and you’ll be reaping the visual and edible rewards within weeks.

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ABOUT THE Author

Jackie Strachan is a keen and experienced gardener, in both town and country. She currently enjoys growing fruit and vegetables along with flowers and shrubs in her seaside garden.

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ABOUT THE Illustrator

Born in France, Claire Rollet has lived in the UK most of her life. London is her home now, and she loves cycling around the city taking in its various cultures and landmarks. She works from a studio at the bottom of her garden. In terms of her process, first of all, Claire works out a composition and some ideas for the image using quick sketches to show to the client. She then creates a line drawing in Indian ink, then works on the colour digitally.

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