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South African interior designers and decorators are as good as, if not better than many of their British, French and American counterparts.
In an exciting new partnership with Country Living magazine, the Beekman Boys have curated more than 200 images from their extensive archive, including never-before-seen photos of the historic Beekman farmhouse, to put together an inspiring volume for readers. They share home design tips, tricks, and resources.
Combines restoration and classic modern design and reveals why we respond so strongly to our surroundings. This, Harriet Anstruther's first book, showcases her projects and inspirations and provides an insight into her fundamental interest in the psychology of interior design.
Published to coincide with the launch of his second series, George Clarke shows how amazingly unexpected small spaces can be adapted into really practical living areas.
The Maverick Soul is a sumptuous celebration of 24 bohemian people from around the world and their homes.
In Home Space, we'll find out what makes people happy and fulfilled through the homes they have created, homes that work to support the family in their lives.
An inspiring core collection of 25 simple home furnishings and accessories gives ideas and instructions for adding a unique touch of Liberty print to your life, pairing the timeless style and sophistication found in Liberty Art Studio fabrics with the simplest sewing techniques to give a quirky edge to contemporary homewares.
In Xhosa culture the headman and elders of a tribe hold the key to all knowledge. In this visual journey to the traditional dwellings and homesteads of the old transkei, the photographer has elevated these rural abodes to a similar status.
A comprehensive survey that covers the design history of architecture, interiors, furniture, and accessories in civilizations all over the world, from ancient times to the present century. Focusing on Western civilizations, it explores Eastern design history.
Africanismo celebrates the creativity and ingenious resourcefulness borne out of a continent that is both beautiful and harsh. It embraces the spirit and soulfulness of all who live in southern Africa and the inspiration they provide one another daily.
For many decades a country shunned by the free world and divided against itself, is irresistibly nonchalant about discovering that it is next destination in decor and design.