- Tapa dura: 288 páginas
- Editor: Jacqui Small LLP (25 de marzo de 2011)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1906417504
- ISBN-13: 978-1906417505
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº82.215 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros)
Decorate: 1000 Professional Design Ideas for Every Room in the House (Inglés) Tapa dura – 25 mar 2011
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Bursting with pearls of decorating wisdom(Kitchens, Bedrooms and Bathrooms)
‘A beautiful book of practical but quirky professional decorating tips’(Independent on Sunday)
‘This book will teach you the essential tools of the trade, from where to place furniture, to how to dress a room with individual style.’(Build It)
‘A breath of fresh air as it combines colourful, eclectic interiors with fantastically practical advice’(Resident)
‘Teeming with clever and creative advice collated from global designers and architects.’(Utopia Kitchen & Bathroom)
‘All the tips you’ll need to assess your space and give it the look that reflects you perfectly’(Your Home)
'The hottest homes book right now'(Sainsbury's Magazine)
‘Packed full of personality and with more than 1,000 decorating ideas and inspirational pictures. It’s hard to pick a favourite section with all those gorgeous photos. Four stars ****’(House & Home (Ireland))
'A fascinating source of insight and guidance from those in the know'(Mollie Makes)
'This is definitely the interiors book for the keen designer'(Houseofpaulinteriors.blogspot.com)
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Decorate is the 100,000-copy global interior-design bestseller by writer, stylist and acclaimed blogger Holly Becker.
In Decorate Holly has worked with writer, editor and designer Joanna Copestick to bring together clever, creative and quirky advice from the world’s best designers and architects.
With over 1,000 inspirational design ideas from the likes of Kelly Hoppen, Jonathan Adler and Abigail Ahern you will learn the essential tools of the interior design trade you need to transform every room of your house.
Divided into 4 sections:
- Space Matters will give you pointers on how to assess the space you have and work with it.
- Setting Your Style will help you develop your personal style and showcases a number of interior styles to get you started.
- Room by Room includes case studies and provides detailed room plans for practical guidance.
- Attention to Detail outlines the vital finishing touches that can make or break an interior.
Decorate is an invaluable resource for anyone with an interest in how their home looks, and will provide fresh inspiration every time you dip inside it.Ver Descripción del producto
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The styles represented are fresh and vibrant; this book should appeal to folks who like modern, vintage, flea-market, DIY, urban, retro, cottage, rural, industrial, bohemian, global, mid-century, heirloom, Apartment Therapy, eclectic and any variation on these themes. These are real homes in which you can easily imagine folks living. It is fun to see designers Jonathan Adler & Simon Doonan's home and Vicente Wolf's loft in the mix. If you've ever wondered how one-room living and sleeping would be, Liz Bauer's NYC studio apartment in this book (and Billy Baldwin's from another book) are convincing that you can have a bed in your living room and still look stylish! Loved her space.
This book exceeded my expectations--didn't really know what to expect regarding how 1000 quality design ideas would fit in one book--and think it will be especially valuable to those who want their home to express them and their personal vision of a lively, lovable and livable space.
That said, I think this book would be great for people whose taste syncs up with the photos in the book. And even though most of it wasn't to my taste, it's still given me a few ideas to think about for my own apartment.
I also felt that many of these ideas were not feasible for people who are not homeowners (aka people who rent/lease). I know this was not touted as an apartment/rental living book, but it just seemed like you had to make some big changes in materials to achieve the design effects. There was also occasionally some noticeable overlap of information already stated in previous sections of the book (for example, that north-facing rooms look gray if they have white walls...I definitely read that 2-3 times).
But, I did really like the drawn blueprints and information about furniture placement was quite helpful. Most of the spaces shown, also, seem fairly livable, not stark and designer influenced like in many other shelter/home decor books. And although I don't like how it's presented, I do like that there is a lot of information, so you are getting a lot of bang for your buck.