This week I’m reviewing the latest interior book releases, including mine! As I mentioned, this will be announced next Thursday, but the more pre-orders the site offers With more promotions and more visibility, pre-orders are always very helpful for authors.
The page is divided into three sections, color-coded by Tiny House, Telecommuting, Rent Home, and Room, so you can organize it to the information you need. This way you can learn about decorating a small rental kitchen or creating a temporary office in a small bedroom.
But it’s also important to note that rental advice can be useful for those who may be saving up for a major renovation and need a clever, temporary idea that won’t break the bank. Even big houses have small rooms. And even if you no longer work from home, you may have children who need a place to study. I hope it is a true book for the way we live now.of Here is the link to order.
Also in the program we are looking at a fun book. 70’s house By Estelle Bilson. Subtitled Bold Homage to His Boldest Decade of Design, this is just awesome. It’s not only pictures, but it’s gorgeous, but it’s packed with information and ideas. Did you know that the first garden gnome brought back to the UK is now worth £1 million? The history of shag pile carpets and where to find vintage colored glass for collecting.
Next, for information on renovations, architect Laura Jane Clark is your lady. Laura, who was recently seen on the hit TV show Your Home Made Perfect, is an architect for real people. She doesn’t say she can’t have two basins because it would ruin the line in the room. Or she, she’s too lazy to hang her coats in the hall, so she has to give away all her coats.She’s the queen of real life and home and all the storage you need. The book is full of diagrams and advice on what she thinks about the three key elements of her home: flow, light, and storage. Home design handbook.An architect’s blueprint to shape your homeis a must-have for anyone who wants to improve their home.
finally, Interior Design Masters, a practical guide to decorating your homeJoanna Thornhill’s is more than just a series of books. It’s like an interior encyclopedia. Search by period. Georgian, Victorian, 70’s, or maybe floral, geometric, art her deco style, you might want to know about siding, flooring and lighting. There are masses here. Instead of curling up and reading from beginning to end, it’s a solid reference that’s always helpful.
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