In this book, Rachel shares her inspirations and her humor, celebrates the charm of the old and battered, and demonstrates time and again how interiors touched with Rachel's magic transcend fashionable trends, extending a calming, perso... read more
In this engaging book, Richard Surman captures the fascinating life stories of cats who make their homes in and around the grandeur of Britain's cathedrals. Find out about Tomkin, the patron cat of Chelmsford Cathedral, who was rescued from a derelict house in south London, or O... read more
Written for time-strapped women, this guide aims to uncover the secrets of living an unforgettable and desirable life. It includes: how to get onto the most exclusive nightclub guest list, what you should have in your make-up bag to tackle every problem, how to sell your clothes on eBay, plucking the neatest eyebrows, and more.
This series has done so well that we have produced a smaller, more portable size for those who wish to have a more manageable gift book. These are also available in the original oversized coffee table format of 16 1/2 x 11 3/4 with 256 pages. Beautifully illustrated throughout with stunning photos, most of them panoramic.
The Face of New Zealand displays more stunning panoramic photography from international award-winning photographer David Evans. The innovative top long spine format ensures each stunning image can be viewed in all its panoramic glory without being printed across the sp... read more
|Reading Level:||very good|
|Awards:||Shortlisted for New Zealand Post Book Awards: Illustrated Non-Fiction 2011.|
Brian Brake (1927-1988) was New Zealand's most well-known and internationally successful photographer, known worldwide for photo essays like Monsoon (1961) and locally for the book New Zealand, Gift of the Sea (1963). Twenty years after his death, however, Brake's va... read more
|Author:||Ian Spellerberg (Editor); Michele Frey (Editor); John Maillard (Photographer)|
Twenty of New Zealand’s top landscape architects and designers offer their wisdom and advice on the subject of landscaping with native plants in this extraordinary book. Presenting a project per chapter, this guide showcases some of ... read more
|Author:||Angelika Taschen (Editor); Barbara Stoeltie; Rene Stoeltie|
Tuscan Treasures Gorgeous homes in the Italian countryside Under the burning Tuscan sun roll marvelous hills, vineyards, and olive groves--all postcard-perfect landscapes nestling centuries-old towns, rural villas, and contadino farmhouses. We've tracked down the best exampl... read more
Photographer, costume designer, avid diarist - Cecil Beaton was also a 'romantic royalist' whose glittering photographs of Queen Elizabeth II became among the most widely published portraits of the twentieth century. This fascinating book explores Beat... read more
This book takes an appealing, informal look at New Zealand through the lens of German photographer Karl Johaentges. The usual Craig Potton production qualities apply.
Faded Glamour was born of a journey. It was a journey that took Redcurrent’s co-founder Rebecca Kain back in time to the lives of her grandmothers, their homes and their way of living. Along the way she recorded what she saw, what she found and how she felt. And en route Rebecca came to apprecia... read more
Once upon a time in a land not so far away...Though it lies just across the Mediterranean from Europe, barely a stone's throw from Spain's southernmost tip, Morocco couldn't possibly be farther away. With its mountainous and desert landscapes, labyrinthine souks, delectable ... read more