BOOK BUNDLE 2. ALL FOUR OF MEGAN MORTON'S GLORIOUS BOOKS
We know that you are spoilt for choice when it comes to purchasing your books, so we personally sign all books, wrap them in brown paper and trim them (rather gloriously) with Indian, French or Japanese ribbon. And Its Beautiful Here was included on The Best Interior-Design Books to Give as Holiday Presents!
Where it all began. This much loved tome has been in reprint many times over. Critics wrote
'Bringing out a room's 'inner fabulousness' by minimising its faults and maximising its assets just got easier.' We think Home Love belongs in every interior lovers design library. Words to live by accompanied by homes that will inspire.It doesn’t just drop a great picture and run, Home Love lives to break it down, explains why it works and identifies the real ingredients.
From deploying pattern deftly to pulling off Parisian chic—actionable décor tips on every page.
You will receive the soft cover edition of this much loved book.
I LOVE MY ROOM.
We interview the kids whose rooms make us swoon! Grab ideas on every page where architect's sons, interior designer's daughters, stylist's twins and artist's sons show how charming children's room are created. Interviews with the children make this book the perfect gift for the family house that needs ideas from the coal face or a welcomed gift to new parents who has no idea what they are decoratively facing.
THINGS I LOVE.
No doubt about it, its a razzle dazzle show stopper. Readers are encouraged to read, workshop, tear the middle section out, post it note Megan’s How To’s as well as resit the urge rip the books middle open to see more. House porn at its printed finest with a middle section that includes all your price’s like How to Fold a Fitted Sheet, Making a Salon Hang, Successful House Flowers.
IT'S BEAUTIFUL HERE.
Chateaux, architectural trophies, garages, Barbie dream houses and weekenders make up this deliberate tapestry of sigh-worthy houses that all have one common thread in that they are true to themselves and obscenely beautiful. Voyeuristic pleasure of peeking into the homes of an eclectic group of writers, designers, jewellers, teachers, mothers and artists.
Our favourite review of this major house perv (shot expertly by Brooke Holme) was that it was ideal for “those who are equal parts Martha Stewart, Dorothy Parker and Cindy Sherman”.