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This is the book for people who love to decorate their homes. Destined to become the must-have book for amateur home decorators everywhere, DESIGNING SHARED SPACES AT HOME has been years in the making.

This book is written by and from the heart of an amateur designer with a passion for decorating her home, both for herself and for a home full of people. B.J.Caldwell knows from first hand experience that home interior design gets more complicated when we live with others. Not surprisingly, housemates often want a voice in how their homes are changed.

This is a book for designers who live with people, but it’s also for anyone who loves to change the way their home looks. It’s for people who can feel when a design or a part of a design “works” or doesn’t. Until now, we weren’t sure why it works. We just know whether the feeling is right.

We learn that we aren’t wrong when convinced that the color of a pillow looks different when we move it from one room or another. We also learn why combining colors in a certain way - such as a splash of gold in a green and blue room – improves the overall feel of a room.

Drawing from a long love affair with amateur design, B.J. Caldwell shares the tips, steps and advice that work best for her. Some of them come from personal trial and error and others from design theory.

The reader is encouraged to look first at what you already have (Your style, your experiences) and what influences you (your budget, work, etc.). Then the author puts the layers of design together, reconstructing the room design through color choice, painting walls, arranging furniture, layering the light and more.

Whether you are looking to draw attention away from the big television in your living room, or trying to figure out how to change the entire room on a budget, the formula for success when designing for shared spaces begins with a simple idea. We have to talk with the people we live with before we change anything in the rooms that we share.

With hints based on the twelve point color wheel and examples from interior design guides and her own trial and error, the author shares expert advice that has made a difference.

You and your inner designer will have fun learning how to do the following, and more:
• Understand which rooms in your home are shared spaces and how they are used;
• Find your personal style;
• Have conversations with your housemates and ask open ended questions
• Find treasures throughout your home