Happy Home Hardcover – 7 Sep 2012
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'With practical room-by-room advice ... and plenty of inspirational photography to pore over, you'll soon have a spring in your step and a sprightliness in your style' --Utopia Magazine
'A practical guide to creating a stylish home that suits your needs, illustrated with relaxed interiors you'd love to live in.' --The Sunday Times
'Wonderful book' --Living North magazine
'Rebecca moves from room to room dispensing practical advice' --Kitchens Bedrooms and Bathrooms
'Balancing practicality with versatile interior style is a fine art ... our new mantra for creating a down-to-earth home which combines both in equal measure' --Laura Ashley
Plenty of inspirational photography to pore over --Utopia magazine
Wonderful book --Living North magazine
About the Author
REBECCA WINWARD, formerly Editor of Period Ideas magazine, is a journalist who has written for numerous publications, including House & Garden, Elle Decoration, Good Homes, Homes & Antiques, Grow Your Own and Natural Health.
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Don't be put off by the constant pictures of kids if you don't have any of your own; this book is about having a comfortable, well-designed interior whatever your circumstances. This is an excellent, sensible book which is full of a mix of bright ideas and down-to-earth information. Read it as an antidote to all those wafty pretentious interior-porn books that fill us with envy, or have recourse to it to make sure your high-falutin plans don't end in tears. Buy it for yourself or it would be an ideal present for a couple setting up home, or even as a "house-warming" present. My only quibble is that, despite being undeniably useful and sensible, the writing style in which these pearls of wisdom are conveyed seriously lacks sparkle; this is a book which 'does exactly what it says on the tin' and the literary style is definitely more 'instruction leaflet' than 'gushing girly enthusiasm'. Excuse me if I find that a bit of a relief; others may differ.