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Nomad Hardcover – 7 Nov 2011
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About the Author
After living and working as an interior stylist in NYC for 10 years, Sibella Court was drawn back home to summer days by the beach in Sydney, where she opened her haberdashery meets hardware store, The Society Inc., a home for all the flea market finds and artisan pieces she's collected and uncovered over years of globetrotting. Sibella, who has appeared on Keith Johnson's show, Man Shops Globe, on the Sundance Channel, designs commercial interiors for the Merivale Group and contributes to InsideOut, Vogue Living and Harper's Bazaar. Her first book is the bestseller Etcetera: Creating beautiful interiors with the things you love. She has also created a 120-palette paint range for Murobond and a hardware range exclusively for Anthropologie and The Society Inc. Sibella is constantly on the lookout for beautiful and curious things.
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My only real gripe with Nomad is that Court has unfortunately confused Ulysses by James Joyce with The Odyssey by Homer; she says she has started to read the former, and copies appear in the photographs so who am I do argue, but she then mentions (I am pleased that that the text is a bit hard to see, or I would be cringing more often) that she is looking forward to the scene when Odysseus stops his mens' ears, gets himself tied to the mast, and sails past the Sirens. In Joyce! I suspect she hasnt got much past the title page.
Nevertheless, despite the trauma this caused me, I get considerable pleasure from this book. Given that no other such picture book I have read has even referred to either Joyce or Homer, I am possibly being a tad picky.
It's a lovely book, providing stimulation & inspiration as a starting point for one's own ideas about decor, design, and styling.