Overview - In the flawless style of Deborah Needleman's Domino comes the interior design book of the decade, from HGTV star, virtual sensation, and Canadian design queen Sarah Richardson. Ever wondered how to transform your laundry room from drab to fab? Read more...
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More About Sarah Style by Sarah Richardson; Stacey Brandford
In the flawless style of Deborah Needleman's Domino
comes the interior design book of the decade, from HGTV star, virtual sensation, and Canadian design queen Sarah Richardson.
Ever wondered how to transform your laundry room from drab to fab? Your kitchen from prison to paradise? Your bedroom from boring to beautiful?
Now you can, in this comprehensive interior design tome by design maven extraordinaire Sarah Richardson. Within these beautiful, full-color pages and photographs, Sarah walks you through each room in your home, from the master bedroom to the kids' rooms, to the kitchen, the bathroom, and everywhere in between, showing you how to turn a house into a home--Sarah style.
Featuring full-page design spreads with stunning attention to detail, Sarah Style
is a cache of creative, unique ideas for transforming your living spaces. You can
make your dream home a reality, and the inspiration--and complete know-how--is right here in this premier source for all things interior design
- ISBN-13: 9781476784373
- ISBN-10: 147678437X
- Publisher: Simon & Schuster
- Publish Date: November 2014
- Page Count: 338
- Dimensions: 1 x 8.75 x 11.25 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.16 pounds
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HGTV star Richardson shows a broad range in this idea book for the armchair designer. The portfolio of style options includes a New York co-op, a millennial’s take on metrosexual, and an Arts and Crafts redux. For each major category of room in a house—entry, living room, dining room, family room, bedroom, kitchen, kids’ bedroom, bathroom, and office—Richardson picks a handful of varied dwellings to feature. Several pages and a dozen or so photographs are devoted to each example, and each photo is accompanied by an extended caption. The crowded but organized photographic spreads eschew any scrapbook frou-frou, getting right to the point while also being chock-full of ideas. Richardson recommends “Get Over the Glider” and adeptly places a stylish high-backed orange upholstered office rocker in a gray, black, white, and blue nursery. Room layout is another one of Richardson’s strengths. She writes: “the long, narrow proportions of a Victorian town house are often best addressed with two distinct seating groupings.” Fortunately, the selected photographs capture just the right views to prove her thesis. While the caption’s headlines can border on ingratiating (for example, “Get Leggy” and “Give It the Slip”) the concepts are all there, on beautiful full-color display. (Nov.)