Living with Folk Art PDF

by Country Living Magazine A Country Living classic now available in paperback!

Rooms decorated with woven coverlets, patchwork quilts, hooked rugs, painted furniture, carved decoys, and other handmade pieces are naturally comfortable and welcoming.Exploring the origins of some of the most popular folk art forms today, Living with Folk Art shows how folk art can be effectively used and displayed in entryways, halls, living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens, and bedrooms. Tips for mounting textiles and protecting baskets, china, and utensils are included. A detailed glossary explains folk art terms and techniques.

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