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
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.
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
In 1999, Vicki Archer, with her husband and three children, made a lifelong dream a reality when she bought a 17th-century property in Saint-Remy-de-Provence. She spent three years lovingly restoring the farmhouse, bringing back to life the abandoned apple and pear orchards and ... read more
|Series:||WOODY CREEK BK2|
It is 1939 and Jenny Morrison, distraught and just fifteen years of age, has fled the tiny logging community of Woody Creek for a new life in the big smoke. But four months later she is back - wiser, with an expensive new wardrobe, and bearijng another dark secret...She takes re... 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
From France's leading panoramic photographer, this title presents the results of an unprecedented 20-year project to search out and document the country's untouched landscapes. All the images are taken with a classic panoramic camera. France is a perennially favourite dest... read 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 vibrant and exciting world of birds is shown in all its glory in this new book from renowned Finnish wildlife photographer Markus Varesvuo, who has trekked to remote and beautiful locations to capture birds in their natural habitat going about their daily lives. Moments... read more
Award-winning food writer Hattie Ellis's blend of history, recipes, coffee know-how and quirky details will expand your appreciation of this stimulating drink. Hattie also offers tips on buying, storing, grinding and preparing the perfect cup of coffee, plus delicious coff... 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
Horses have played a central role in human societies for millennia, and this magnificently written and beautifully illustrated volume celebrates that long, eventful history. It pays homage not only to the physical splendor of the horse - its grace, beauty, strength and ada... read more