Insta-style for Your Living Space: Inventive Ideas and Quick Fixes to Create a Stylish Home
Joanna Thornhill (Author)
Refurb your living space with budget-friendly upcycling ideas to create a home that is as chic as your wardrobe. Here you'll discover standout interiors and the secrets behind how their inhabitants created their luxurious feel without breaking the bank. The homes featured here range from flats to small houses, but all reveal the stunning effects of using space creatively and clever storage solutions that can double up as unique displays. Plus, learn how simple upcycling offers affordable furnishing options while avoiding unnecessary waste, making your interiors eco-friendly, too. Whatever your living situation - renting with little freedom to decorate or make alterations, house sharing with only a small space to call your own, a first-time buyer with limited funds for renovation, or even simply time-poor and looking for quick fixes - this fantastic new edition of the previously published Home For Now can help. Insta-style for Your Living Space offers both inspiration and practical advice, and shows how a home that not only looks good but which is every bit your personal style is easily within your reach. 250 col photographs and 25 col artworks
About the Author
Joanna Thornhill (www.joannathornhill.co.uk) is a freelance interior stylist and writer who has worked for a range of magazines and commercial clients, including a stint as acting assistant homes and craft editor of Woman's Weekly magazine. She lives in Walthamstow, London.
- Contributor: Joanna Thornhill
- Imprint: CICO Books
- ISBN13: 9781782496526
- Number of Pages: 192
- Packaged Dimensions: 170x210mm
- Packaged Weight: 668
- Format: Hardback
- Publisher: Ryland, Peters & Small Ltd
- Release Date: 2018-10-09
- Binding: Hardback
- Biography: Joanna Thornhill (www.joannathornhill.co.uk) is a freelance interior stylist and writer who has worked for a range of magazines and commercial clients, including a stint as acting assistant homes and craft editor of Woman's Weekly magazine. She lives in Walthamstow, London.