Retro Revamp: Funky Projects from Handbags to Housewares
So the dresser doesn't match the nightstand, the four kitchen chairs are from four different sets, and the bracelet is a thrift store special. Well, it doesn't mean you can't have styleand how! Thanks to Retro Revamp's chic and imaginative ideas, you can turn anything so-so into so, SO fabulous. Filled with full-color photographs, and decorated throughout with sassy collag...more
Hardcover, 124 pages
Published February 1st 2000 by Chronicle Books
(first published January 2000)
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i really love most of the ideas in this book, however a lot of them are very timely and not as easy to do. when i think of revamping i think of quick and easy ways to give something old and worn a face lift or makeover. these are near total transformations. cute ideas, but not exactly tasks for even a rainy day.
I think my problem with this one is that I'm just not in the target demographic. Nothing jumped out at me. Seems to me I've looked at the book before, as I remember thinking that making a table out of an old game board is a cool idea. Other than that, just not my style. Too kitschy.