Gathering: Setting the Natural Table
This book showcases creative tabletop ideas and styles for all seasons. These stylish interiors feature local, artisanal floral designs and handmade objects, capturing the current trend of living and decorating more mindfully and with one-of-a-kind objects.
by Gemma & Andrew Ingalls
In this book Athena Calderone taps into her network of interior decorators, designers, and tastemakers to reveal how carefully crafted interiors come together. The EyeSwoon creator explores the spark of inspiration that incites a design journey, breaks down the details of the rooms, and offers helpful tips and advice on how to bring these elevated elements into your own space. Filled with gorgeous photography, this book is both a showpiece of exquisite design and a guide to creating a home that?s unique and thoughtfully put together.
by Athena Calderone
Wabi Sabi Welcome (Artisan)
Wabi-Sabi is the Japanese acceptance of imperfection, and can be applied not just as a design aesthetic but as an approach to entertaining. Learn how to be attentive to your guests, create a welcoming environment, decorate with nature, celebrate flaws, and much more. The book is organised into chapters of five locations - Japan, Denmark, California, France, and Italy - places where the approach to home decor and entertaining best reflects wabi-sabi principles.
28.3 x 21.6 cm
Sunday Suppers (Clarkson Potter)
With her dinner series Sunday Suppers, Karen Mordechai celebrates the magic of gathering, bringing together friends and strangers to connect over the acts of cooking and sharing meals. For those who yearn to connect around the table, her simple, seasonally driven recipes, evocative photography, and understated styling form a road map to creating community in their own kitchens and in offbeat locations.
Author: Mordechai, Karen
Publisher: Publishers Group UK
Publication Date: 05/11/2014
Illustrated: Colour images
Australian interior stylist and boutique hotelier, Lynda Gardener, and journalist and stylist Ali Heath, reveal how to create a home that is truly individual. With their shared love of a monochrome aesthetic and natural imperfections, they explore the eight Elements that bring a space to life: palette, nature, textiles, lighting, a combination of old and new, storage, collections and art. Ten aspirational homes show the style in practice, including a converted warehouse, one-bedroom studio, bijoux apartment, historic cottage, country estate, new-build barn, remote shack, period townhouse and rural retreat.
Author: Gardener, Lynda & Heath, Ali
Publisher: Octopus Publishing Group
Publication Date: 10/06/2021
Illustrated: 250 photos
This Is Home: The Art Of Simple Living
Filled with clever ideas and creative spaces, with examples and case studies from around the world, This Is Home shows that you don’t need a huge budget to create something true, timeless and authentic. The book gives concrete advice on simple ways to think about decorating, including how to determine your decorating personality, working out a budget using your values as a guide, and creating balance in a room while reflecting your decorating style. Find what makes you happy and make it happen at home.
Author: Walton, Natalie
Illustrated: Colour photos
Style: The Art of Creating a Beautiful Home
A timeless interiors book that shows you how to transform your living spaces using what you own and love. While designing can be a big investment, styling allows you to elevate your spaces with what you?ve already got. The inviting chapters explore identifying your style; design principles; transforming spaces; visual storytelling; and nurturing your craft. Author and renowned interior stylist Natalie Walton steps through significant rooms in the house to provide expert insider insights on how you can create magical styling moments in your home.
H28.3 x W21.6cm
Author: Walton, Natalie
Publisher: Hardie Grant
Made For Living (Clarkson Potter)
The trendsetting designer known for her effortless style shares the secrets of the art of layering: arranging all your disparate things so that they work together. Whether you're decorating your first home or refreshing your space, Amber Lewis teaches you how to layer the things you own for a cohesive, beautifully designed home. Delivering tips on refreshing a room with new paint, mixing textiles and pillows, and blending neutrals.
Author: Lewis, Amber
Publisher: Publishers Group UK
Publication Date: 27/10/2020
Shades of Grey
Grey is the shade of the moment - but it is a subtle, even fickle, colour. Make the wrong choice, and a grey room will be cold, dark, energy-sapping. Get it right, and your home will look sophisticated and modern. In this book, scientists, paint companies and interior decorators reveal their favourite greys as well as tricks of the trade. And via a simple process of elimination, Kate Watson-Smyth helps you track down the shade that will work perfectly for you.
by Kate Watson-Smyth
Still: The Slow Home
Still features twenty in-depth studies of interiors designed according to SLOW (sustainable, local, organic and whole) principles. The owners explain why they chose this path and how it has benefitted their lives. All of the homes have been exclusively photographed by renowned interiors photographer Chris Warnes. Featuring homes from Australia, Europe, North America, South America, and North Africa, the book presents outstanding examples of tranquil SLOW interiors from all over the world.
by Natalie Walton
Kinfolk Home (Artisan)
The follow-up to Kinfolk Table showcases how embracing that same ethos - slowing down, simplifying your life, cultivating community - allows you to create a more considered, beautiful, and intimate living space. Come inside 35 homes around the world, from the United States, Scandinavia, Japan, and beyond: whether modern or historical, urban or rural, all of them have been put together carefully, slowly, and with great intention. Featuring photographs and profiles, interviews and essays, each home tour is guaranteed to inspire.
by Nathan Williams