This book features unique and timeless French-inspired interiors created by those who have a lifelong love affair with French style. In "Essentially French", antiques dealer and stylist Josephine Ryan offers a privileged glimpse into the homes of antique dealers who have a passion for French style. The homes featured include farmhouses, townhouses and apartments, and their decorative styles may differ, but all have something in common - each and every one showcases the beauty of traditional French furniture and accessories, and demonstrates the understated elegance of French life.
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Create a stylish home without breaking the bank. "Cheap Chic" shows you how to combine well-chosen high-street basics with individual finds to create a relaxed and welcoming home. Emily Chalmers and Ali Hanan reveal the best ways to invest a modest budget and how to combine colours, textures and materials with confidence. The first section, The Elements, looks at colour, pattern, fabric and window treatments, then moves on to furniture, storage and display, accessories, lighting, materials and flooring. The second part of the book, The Rooms, contains chapters on relaxing, cooking and eating, sleeping, bathing and working at home. "Cheap Chic" concludes with a source directory to help you track down all those sought-after items.
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In cities everywhere more and more people are discovering the undoubted pleasures and advantages of apartment living. Whether your apartment is in a converted house or industrial building, or forms part of a purpose-built block, successful living on one - or even two - levels depends on understanding both the flexibility and the limitations of the space available, and on making that space, no matter how large or small, work to your best advantage. As interiors doyenne Caroline Clifton-Mogg explains, the key to success is careful planning and a focused approach to both the design and decoration.