Autor: Ryland Peters & Small
Data aparitiei: august 2016
Tip coperta: Cartonata
Numar pagini: 144
Versiune originala in limba engleza
Sharing a bottle of wine with friends and family is undoubtedly one of the pleasures of life, while collecting wine for future enjoyment is an absorbing hobby. This new luxury journal is the answer to a wine lover’s dreams: an interactive journal where you can record tasting notes on wines you have sampled and list bottles that you are laying down for future drinking. Distinguished wine writer, Andrew Jefford, provides expert advice on all aspects of choosing, storing and enjoying wine – from planning your cellar to wine and food matching, making it the perfect gift for wine lovers everywhere.
by Mark and Sally Bailey
In this beautiful book, Mark and Sally Bailey share their passion for the simple and well-made things in life. The look they love is stripped back, focusing on the integrity of the materials and surface quality - perhaps chipped paint showing the layers beneath, combinations of rough textures with clean lines or old materials with stainless steel or concrete. The book begins with the Elements of the Baileys' style. Here they demonstrate key components, including Textures, Storage, Walls & Floors, Lighting and Display. A section on Rooms shows how well the look can work throughout the home, including offices and children's rooms.
Publication date 1 Feb 2009
Illustrations note 350 col photographs
by Emily Chalmers
Bring a dash of originality to any occasion with Emily Chalmers' ideas for stylish entertaining. Emily first shows how to select the right elements for adorning the table, then she showcases over 20 themed occasions, from children's parties to Thanksgiving dinners, and from a week-night dinner with friends to a sophisticated cocktail party.
by Emily Chalmers and Ali Hanan
Create a stylish home without breaking the bank. "Cheap Chic" shows you how to combine well-chosen high-street basics with individual finds to create a relaxed and welcoming home. Emily Chalmers and Ali Hanan reveal the best ways to invest a modest budget and how to combine colours, textures and materials with confidence. The first section, The Elements, looks at colour, pattern, fabric and window treatments, then moves on to furniture, storage and display, accessories, lighting, materials and flooring. The second part of the book, The Rooms, contains chapters on relaxing, cooking and eating, sleeping, bathing and working at home. "Cheap Chic" concludes with a source directory to help you track down all those sought-after items.