If there is a single trait shared by people residing happily in small homes, it has to be their resourcefulness. It allows them to organize and maximize even the smallest of nests while instilling charm, comfort and personality
Lived-in style isn’t about perfection, but rather about finding joy in the imperfections that give our lives, and our homes, their unmistakable character. It’s mismatched and worn, used and repurposed, kind and respectful to the earth and its resources.
The Comforts of Home is a book that enters into the spirit of how we want to live now, at a time when excess is no longer desirable. Author Caroline Clifton-Mogg puts a welcoming and beautiful haven within everyone's reach.
The creative process is fun and adventurous, though it takes patience, imagination and self-awareness to transform your home into your sanctuary – here's a little inspiration from Lizzie McGraw and Fifi O'Neill's Creative Style.
Nomad at Home dissects the desire to wander from the point of view of the design-led traveller, both professional and amateur. It illustrates the stories of those who left home forever, those who managed to carve out lives in two, three, four countries, and also compulsive vacationers who found a way to bring their fantasy to life at home, just where they started...
In A Pop of Colour, Geraldine James offers practical solutions for those who are not confident enough to embark on expensive renovations ways to redecorate that can be easily reversed. Here is a list of ten fail-safe ways to bring exuberant, joy-inspiring colour into your home.