Friday, 28 September 2012

Book Review : NOMAD, A global approach to interior style

Whilst I was sending some emails earlier, I decided to flick through my favourite book - Nomad. It's possibly the 150th time I've picked it up and gawped longingly at every page, engulfing all the inspiration...


I bought "Nomad, a global approach to interior style" back in February as a gift for my mum whilst I was in New York. At the time I was in Brooklyn, which soon became one of my favourite places in the city - I was dreamily searching through all the jam packed book stores, trying to find something a little unusual to take back as my mum loves books, especially of the interiors genre.



Author of Nomad, designer Sibella Court explores interior styling from across the world, with the likes of Japan offering exquisite textiles mixed with contemporary lighting to Mexico giving us neon brights and the coolest hand printed wallpaper. This book is full to the rafters with imaginative clusters of items, some of the most amazing styled rooms I have ever seen and luxurious photography, along with ways how to incorporate all these unique styles in to your own home. It's definitely one of those books that never stops giving, you will find something new every time you look at it.


I would recommend Nomad to anyone who has a love of interior styling or even someone that has a passion for travel. It truly is a stunning book to have. I've left a link here so you can find the book on Amazon, there's also another book in the Nomad series that I will link here too. Happy Shopping!

xxx

8 comments:

  1. so going to check this out and have a snoop around see if i can find it cheap

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    1. There's quite a few in the series, such brilliant books to have!

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  2. I love looking at interiors, especially of the grand, antique style. This loks like a great book!

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  3. Thats a unique & interesting-looking book :)

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    1. It's brilliant to have, so inspiring!

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  4. So are you still waiting to give the book to your mom, or did you realize that you loved it too much? :)

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    1. She has it now haha, I'm it's second owner :) x

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