Style: The Art of Creating a Beautiful Home by Natalie Walton | Hardie Grant Publishing

Style: The Art of Creating a Beautiful Home

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Style: The Art of Creating a Beautiful Home is a timeless interiors book that shows you how to transform your living spaces using what you own and love. While designing can be a big investment, styling allows you to elevate your spaces with what you’ve already got.

This book is at once beautiful and practical, demystifying the creative process of styling so that you can create a beautiful home with confidence. Based on more than a decade of industry experience and teaching, this book will show you how to connect with your own personal style and enjoy inspiring, welcoming and authentic interiors. Styling is both an art and a science – and you can learn both.

The inviting chapters explore identifying your style; design principles; transforming spaces; visual storytelling; and nurturing your craft. As well, author and renowned interior stylist Natalie Walton steps through significant rooms in the house to provide expert insider insights on how you can create magical styling moments in your home.

The book is beautifully shot by photographer Chris Warnes, who has collaborated with Natalie on her previous books, This is Home: The Art of Simple Living and Still: The Slow Home.
 

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ISBN:

9781743797976

Format:

Hardback

Pages:

240

Dimensions:

28cm x 21cm

RRP:

$60.00

Category:

Art and Photography , Home and Interiors , Fashion and Beauty

Publisher:

Hardie Grant Books

Published:

02 June 2022

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Natalie Walton

Natalie Walton is a writer and stylist for leading interiors and lifestyle magazines, as well as the owner of Imprint House, a shop that celebrates beauty in the everyday. Her work has appeared on the pages of international titles for Elle Decoration, Livingetc and Harper's Bazaar. In Australia, Natalie is a regular contributor to Australian House & Garden, Country Style, Home Beautiful, Inside Out, Jones and Marie Claire, and she was deputy