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Apartment Therapy: The Eight-Step Home Cure Apartment Therapy: The Eight-Step Home Cure

by Maxwell Gillingham-Ryan

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"A smart, affordable, fun approach to creating the home of your dreams -- and making your dreams come true -- from the designer behind 'the quietly addicting weblog apartmenttherapy.com.'"
--New York Times

"What a refreshing decorating book! Apartment Therapy is a must-read for creating your perfect nest. Fire your shrink and follow Maxwell's eight-step therapeutic cure!"
--Jonathan Adler, a designer and the author of My Prescription for Anti-Depressive Living

"Decorating a home is just plain stressful! Maxwell's book offers a way out; it's like hiring a pro (without the attitude or expense). He takes us by the hand and gently guides us through the entire process, from coming up with a plan to executing it without going broke. Whether you're just dipping in for a quick hit of inspiration or committing to the whole eight-week cure, your home -- and life -- will be better because of it."
--Angela Matusik, editor in chief, Budget Living Magazine

"Maxwell Gillingham-Ryan's Apartment Therapy is refreshing in its point of view -- your house has to work for you from the inside out. Gillingham-Ryan encourages readers to really take a good look at where they are at home and how they can improve the quality of their lives."
--Wendy Goodman, interior design editor, New York Magazine