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  • Hardcover: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Jacqui Small LLP (31 Oct 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1906417776
  • ISBN-13: 978-1906417772
  • Product Dimensions: 21 x 2.3 x 27 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 192,843 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Holly Becker is an American writer and interior design consultant who is the founder and executive editor of decor8blog.com and a weekly columnist for RealSimple.com. Holly has a daily global following of over 45,000 loyal readers on her site and "Decorate" is her first book. She currently lives with her husband in northern Germany.

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'Beautifully illustrated with inspiring pictures.'

(Kate Burt Independent on Sunday)

'Great sections on how to experiment with colour and pattern.' 

(Trish Lorenz)

'Decorate Workshop includes tips on everything from identifying your personal style to making floor plans and curating a room. It also encourages us to be more daring, especially when it comes to colour.'

(Life & Style)

 ‘Packed full of inspiring ideas and useful styling tips – this is the perfect go-to handbook when decorating your home.’

(Country Homes & Interiors)

About the Author

Holly Becker, an American freelance journalist, design consultant, and stylist, launched the decor8 blog in January 2006, and it is now an established site known as a reliable design resource with over a million page views monthly and 48,000 daily readers. In addition, Holly is a weekly columnist at Real Simple magazine online. She has also worked for a number of online magazines, including Domino and Cookie, and a television network, and she was a bi-weekly columnist for the Boston Globe in their Style & Arts section.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Anita Lowe on 8 Feb 2013
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I've found myself returning to this book to get ideas and inspiration for decorating and up-cycling projects, in the way that I would back issues of interiors magazines. The photos are high quality, though on close examination there is little difference in the style of rooms featured and we do get to see rather a lot of the author's work/study/blogging/studio area, from a number of different angles. It is clear that the author has a style she prefers and the homes shown fit within quite a narrow band. Some principles of design and room layout would have been useful and more specifics on scale, perspective, even a colour wheel to illustrate or refer to. So, a lovely book, full of colour and photos, and some good advice about 'shopping your rooms' for things you already possess but the cod psychology and platitudes about 'being true to who you are' wear a bit thin after chapter 3. Plus, I probably don't need to be told that hand crafted artisan furniture and 'objets' are likely to be more expensive than something I buy in a department store. I was looking for more practical input.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By bluebellgirl on 17 Jan 2013
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I was gifted this book from my wishlist! I am so glad they chose this one even though I am no stranger to interior design. Holly Becker has created a beautifully, well planned and photographed instruction book for someone who wants to decorate but might not have an interior design background. It's filled with lovely photographs to entice the reader and I love the way each chapter has space for writing your own ideas down with prompts courtesy of Holly. There is also a reference guide at the back of the book. It's creatively written and displayed and a joy to read and re-read. If you're doing up your own apartment or home for the first time, don't have a clue about interiors or how to go about it, this book is for you.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By sandy on 24 Dec 2012
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I ordered this book for a friend for christmas and have had to order another one as decided to keep one for myself. The book is a great book to dip in and out off and really does give practical advice on how to decorate using different colours and fabrics. Some books are too waffly but this one is a joy to read.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Silkie on 17 Dec 2012
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I adore this book. Being an avid reader of Holly Becker's wonderful blog Decor8 it is a joy to be able to flick through the pages of this most delightful of home decorating books. However Decorate workshop goes above and beyond the average home decor book and leads the reader effortlessly through a simple 8 step process from initial inspiration all the way through to the completion of a gorgeously decorated room. There are so many tips and creative thoughts,beautiful photography, as well as real down to earth practical pointers along the way,it cannot fail to inspire confidence and creativity in all those wanting to to create a beautiful home.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By RebeccaP on 16 Nov 2012
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Holly Becker's Decorate Workshop is a straightforward eight-step plan on how to get going on decorating your home so it reflects who you are. You're encouraged to find out and define what it is that you love about the things around you - smells, colours, textures and so on - so that you can get clear about how to design and colour the space around you. If you think you're going to read the book in a few hours then pop out to buy paint and furniture, you're probably going to be disappointed. If, however, you want to be sure about your colour and furnishing choices, have a cohesive feel to your home and avoid wasting money on purchases that don't fit in, then this is going to put a smile on your face.
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I was looking for a book which would encourage me to think outside the box and this was it. Although I have art school traning, its still not always easy to realise where your ideas come from or why. I have some wonderfully bright and cheerful (but highly traditional) watercolours in gold frames which I was beginning to feel didn't go with my own creative work or other modern decorative items. Advising a student or friend with this dilemma might be easy, but try it for yourself and its sometimes hard to see the wood from the trees. Holly provided that outside, impartial voice I was looking for; it felt like I was discussing my problems with a fellow art graduate, more than reading an over stylised, pretty pictures book, of which there are plenty already out there. I disagree with some readers who talk about pop psychology in the book; rather the way she breaks things down early on, to get you to really look inside yourself, at your own tastes and who you are - that is vital for any type of authenticity. Its also the way we're taught to approach any design subject in art school - again to make work highly relevant to us, or the client, and I was glad of these timely reminders. The exercises involved in writing answers to questions - what you loved as a child, etc, and making the storyboards, were vital as a component. Without this thought and inward reflection, results can be very bland and predictable - the stock coastal style, neutral with texture, the crystal, dark wood and trad paintings, etc. I am less worried now that I have a hodge-podge collection of odd things, but rather a creative collection of interesting pieces and am slowly working out how to put them together in a new home. My only slight criticism if any, is that the look is a bit young all round.Read more ›
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