I first came across Annette Tatum’s new book, The Well-Dressed Home, on a blog of someone I follow on Twitter (right now the name escapes me but I love the blog. I hate it when that happens…) The pictures of the book were so inviting. I just fell in love with every one.
So I wrote to the author and asked if I could review it (meaning – please send me a free copy of your gorgeous book!) and she said yes!
I got the book in the mail, opened it – and swooned. Not kidding. Swooned.
The premise of The Well-Dressed Home is that the way we dress can be used to inspire our interiors as well. It makes intuitive sense, as living in an environment of colors we look good in is better than the alternative and looking ill all of the time (which is why you’ll never see anything big and orange in my house).
This book helps the reader sort out the material choices, colors, and shapes that best suit their style of dress.
The chapters start out with inspiration boards which show colors, shapes and the relation of clothing style to home furnishings. The rest of the chapters include commentary and actual photos of the finished homes.
It’s a beautiful book, which loads of great ideas for your favorite space. Well done Annette!
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