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Loose Leaf: Plants Flowers Projects Inspiration by Wona Bae
Showstopping floristry and plant installations, with projects to recreate at home Exploding off the page with astonishing beauty and style, here are some of the world's best in contemporary floral sculpture and installation to inspire your own creations at home. Alongside the superb photography of Wona ...Show more
1000 Record Covers by Michael Ochs
Jacket madness: A splendid collection of album art from the 1960s to the 90s Record covers are a sign of our life and times. Like the music on the discs, they address such issues as love, life, death, fashion, and rebellion. For music fans the covers are the expression of a period, of a particular time ...Show more
Furniture Makes the Room: Create Special Pieces to Style a Home You Love by Barbara Blair; Paige French (Photographer)
Knack Studio founder Barb Blair is famous for her "knack" with furniture: spotting classic pieces and transforming them into modern showstoppers. In this inspiring book, Blair goes beyond the nuts and bolts of furniture refinishing to show how to style rooms with each customized piece. For instance, she ...Show more
Hare + Klein Interior by DAVID CLARK MERYL HARE.
Following the successful Hare + Klein: Texture Colour Comfort and compact edition comes a completely new book - Hare + Klein: Interior. This book from the Sydney multi award winning team of interior designers, showcases their signature use of texture, colour and scale in responsive interior design that ...Show more
Rock Covers – 40 by Robbie Busch; Jonathan Kirby; Julius Wiedemann (Editor)
Category: Music History & Biography
Album art is indelibly linked to our collective musical memories; when you think of your favorite albums, you picture the covers. Many photographers, illustrators, and art directors have become celebrities from their album artworks--the best examples of which will go down in history as permanent fixture ...Show more
New Nordic Design by Dorothea Gundtoft
Contemporary Nordic designers are known for their serene, minimal aesthetic and innovative approach to creating pieces of simplistic elegance, from austere lighting designs meant to reflect the quality of light in the northern hemisphere to clean, modern furniture decorating the homes of the region's mo ...Show more
Hidden Persuasion by Marc Andrews
Visual messages are omnipresent in our daily life. They are constantly attempting to persuade us to buy, learn and act. Some are more successful than others in influencing our behaviour and choices. What is the secret power of these messages? How do they succeed in changing our behaviour?This book analy ...Show more
Everything - A Maximalist Style Guide by Abigail Ahern
Welcome to the 'more is more' world of decorating, or as it's more commonly know in the business, Maximalism. A style that embraces the all-out: beautiful colour palettes, luxurious textiles, patterns and embellishment. Maximalism is the epitome of passion, one in which Scandi-style, stripped bare and ...Show more
AQA GCSE Design and Technology: Electronic Products by Richard Johnson
Ensure stress-free success in Controlled Assessment AQA GCSE D&T Electronic Products provides a unique blend of AQA approved print and electronic resources with a Student's Book and online assessment materials delivered via kerboodle!
Design With Japanese Obi by Wiltshire D
Design with Japanese Obi illustrates the versatile and dramatic use of the obi, a Japanese kimono sash, in interior design. From table settings to wall art, from bed linens to freestanding sculptures, the obi's use in the home is virtually unlimited. Obis are shown in a variety of settings to demonstrat ...Show more
Designing Houses: An Illustrated Guide to Planning Your Own Home by Lester R Walker
Award-winning architect and winner of "House Beautiful's" annual competition of Best Small House contest, Walker masterfully shows laymen how to design the house that fits their particular needs, relates to their site and budget, and reflects their values and personality.