Books afford us not only endless pleasure and knowledge,
but also, when skilfully deployed around the home,
the opportunity to create a myriad of different impressions.
Self-confessed bibliophile Leslie Geddes-Brown offers inspirational solutions
and practical tips on how to make the most of books
in every room and forgotten nook of the house.
Lavishly illustrated throughout with photographs
featuring homes from around the world, this engaging guide will inspire all bibliophiles
to get the best from their beloved books and turn any room into a magical place.
How do you combine furnishings of different styles and from various periods?
The Vintage Modern Home demonstrates how to make the most
of what you have in an achievable and stylish way.
Whether your furniture and accessories are prized antiques,
second-hand discoveries or high-street pieces,
this indispensable book describes how to bring together old and new,
inexpensive and precious with both subtlety and flair.
Fully illustrated with more than 310 stunning colour photographs,
this essential guide combines inspirational ideas with practical advice,
and will help you create a stylish, comfortable and functional home.
This book is about Kathryn's friends and colleagues whose individuality and passion
for design have inspired her life and her work over the years.
Inspired By takes you on a personalised journey through an array of homes
that reflect the diversity and eclecticism of people in Kathryn's life.
Some are homes of the interior design elite, others are houses
designed by friends with careers far removed from the sphere of the applied arts,
but all of these friends share three attributes:
they are innately creative,
they have the confidence to be original,
and their homes collectively express the ambient consequence
of living passionately and stylishly.
This book is a must for Kathryn Ireland fans and all of us who love inspired design.
Join the journey of two lifelong Australian mates
who don’t agree on much except for their obsession with Paris.
In the breezy, quirky style of Two Men in a Boat, this original homage to Paris breathes new life into the endless splendours of the great city, whilst also casting a distinctly irreverent Aussie eye on those strange, enigmatic French and their many foibles.
Illustrated by Graham Jones’ evocative sketches, it provides a fresh
and authoritative guide to the riches of Parisian culture, life, art, food and history.
Combining travel recommendations to both mainstream and offbeat locations,
Paris Tragics subtly gets under the skin of the city.
Come to Serin Cini for your signed copy!