Fleamarket Chic: The Thrifty Way to Create a Stylish Home Hardcover – 9 Feb 2012
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About the Author
Liz Bauwens is a freelance stylist who has worked for House and Garden, Good Housekeeping and Country Homes and Interiors. Alexandra Campbell is a writer whose work has appeared in many national newspapers and magazines including The Times Magazine, The Independent and Financial Times: How to Spend It. Together they are the authors of Simply Country and Thrifty Chic, both available from CICO Books. Liz Bauwens is based in Chelsea, London and Alexandra Campbell is based in Faversham, Kent.
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I found this a much more original and inspirational book that Emily Chalmers' "Flea Market Style", but it has its faults. The text doesn't tell us much that isn't just a commentary on the pictures, and the source information at the back is scant in the extreme - indeed, in the index under "car boots" it says "see garage sales" (not the same thing anyway), showing that this book is trying to be all things to all English-speaking persons. A lot of the stuff shown you'd never find at a flea market anyway; or if you did, you'd pay almost as much as in a shop. But that is the fault of books like this, and there's no remedy for that unless you're far enough ahead of the zeitgeist not to need a book.
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We are all looking for a bargain, this bookshows you how to make a lovelly and original home for not much money, it wll be unique to youPublished on 22 Feb. 2013 by Ann Carol Langford
I loved the images and ideas but felt it a little repetitive and would have liked to see more examples and photos. I would still recommend itPublished on 4 Feb. 2013 by Lorraine