"Starting with background information on the evolution of glass rooms and the basic elements of the style, the book examines, in text and photographs, each variation on the successful garden room. The chapters help the homeowner consider the effect of the garden outside, color, the pleasures of entertaining, wicker and other furniture, fountains, antiques and statuary. The more technical considerations of wall and floor finishes, heating and lighting, rugs and blinds - and, of course, planting under glass - are all discussed in detail for a well-considered room."--BOOK JACKET.
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