Now, I love a good interiors book as much as the next design-obsessed girl sipping tea at the local bookstore, BUT one thing I am not a fan of is sifting through piles of books featuring fancy interiors that feel exactly the same.
That is why I am IN LOVE with Holly Becker and Joaanna Copestick’s new book Decorate. It’s perfect for the gal with eclectic tastes (like myself) because it features a variety of styles.
It goes against the grain of your typical coffee table interiors book and gets right down to the ideas, tips, and recommendations (1,000 of them to be exact). Learn how to decorate a home that is as special and unique as the interiors photographed in this book’s pages; make the most out of small spaces; discover your style and create a mood board; and SO much more.
I recommend reading this book with a pen and paper nearby because there are plenty of tips you are going to want to write down (if you don’t want to mess up the beautiful pages with dog-ears and hi-lighter). And aside from the pro tips and interior ideas, there are endless pages of gorgeous photographs, showcasing varying home design styles, for you to drool over. But, I’m not sure you can really get the true feel for Decorate without flipping through it’s pages yourself. So, I took eight photos (to celebrate Holly’s insanely popular blog Decor8) of my favorite interiors and ideas so you can take a look inside…
You can pick up Decorate on the Chronicle Books website right here for just $35, which is a total steal (its almost 300 pages). And if you would like to hear more about Decorate, follow the remainder of the blog tour…
Here are the rest of the stops on the Decorate blog tour:
Friday, July 8 ““ In Honor of Design | Monday, July 11 ““ Simply Grove & Haute Design | Tuesday, July 12 ““ Elements of Style | Wednesday, July 13 ““ Apartment 34 | Thursday, July14 ““ Mrs. Lilien | Friday, July 15 ““ Mint
Do you own Decorate already?
What do you love most about this book?
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Oh good Monica. I highly recommend it. One thing I didn’t mention in the review is that the book is also available at Barnes and Noble and Amazon. So, basically, you can find it anywhere. Great read!papernstitch
Added to my wish list!