With more than 500 stunning colour photographs and 464 pages of practical advice, The Home Book is the decorating guide you will turn to time and again, whether you're planning a major renovation or making small changes . Filled with insider tips from... read more
Muslin curtains in an open window; white-washed floorboards covered by a loosely woven rug; a flower stem in a pewter jug - natural, calming and pure. Fashions in interiors develop and change, from opulent classicism to stark minimalism. Many of these trends remain ... read more
In this delightful book, Malena Skote shows you how to make decorative projects using concrete and so create long-lasting objects that can stay outside all year round. This inventive and inspiring new book has clear instructions and covers everything you need ... read more
"Rooms With A View" presents breathtaking interiors and decor from around the world. This is the first volume of Angelika Taschen's new series on contemporary interiors that features the world's most amazing, exquisite and inventive apartments and houses - from Antwerp to Zurich, via C... read more
Now in its 22nd edition, the Europa International Foundation Directory 2013 provides an unparalleled guide to the foundations, trusts, charitable and grant-making NGOs, and other similar not-for-profit organizations of the world. It provides a comprehensive picture of third sector a... read more
This unique collection of artistic pieces has redefined the limits of shaped wood. Crafters and designers alike are treated to a wealth of knowledge from 31 leading artists, who share their motivations, thought processes and the studio techniques employed to bring out the bre... read more
In "Essential Bathrooms", Terence Conran presents a wide range of options for siting, designing and decorating the bathroom in the modern home. From planning and layout to fixtures, fittings, decor and details, practical information and inspiring visual examples demonstrate that ... read more
In "Essential Small Spaces", Terence Conran shows that just because living space is limited in scale, it does not have to be limited in style. From planning and design to decor and furnishings, stunning visual examples demonstrate how small spaces can be both stylish and functional.
Rachel Ashwell created Shabby Chic: a peaceful, practical way of living that embraces a respect for the things in our lives we hold dear and keeps them at the heart of our homes. Romantic florals reclining against pure white linen, ruffles of muslin skirting a ... read more
In 'Bowerbird', Sibella Court reveals her very personal and surprising approach to collecting and collections. She shows how to procure the elements of a collection, how to organise and store them, and how to display them in creative and everchanging ways.
We are entering a new era of eclecticism in interior design. People who are serious about their living environment are turning to designer craftsman to create unique items of furniture to suit their precise needs and enhance the aesthetic ambience of ... read more