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The barefoot home; dressed-down design for casual living.


The barefoot home; dressed-down design for casual living.

Vassallo, Marc.

Taunton Press


218 pages




"Barefoot" in the title of this compendium of stylish homes is not a call to nudism but a reference to the carefree way of life these homes reflect and can instill. Their purpose is to make living at home feel like being on vacation and they accomplish this through light, open floor plans and by blurring the division between indoors and out.

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Date:May 1, 2007
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