Bazaar Style: Decorating with Market and Vintage Finds

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Ryland Peters & Small, 2008 - House & Home - 143 pages
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If you love rummaging through markets for unusual fabrics, and can't pass an antique or second-hand shop without popping in, Bazaar Style is for you. Stylist Selina Lake and experienced interiors writer Joanna Simmons show you real homes furnished with intriguing pieces from different eras and cultures, which mix and match colors, patterns, and design. You'll discover an inspiring mix of vintage and retro influences, flea-market finds, and pieces inspired by a French brocante or Moroccan bazaar. You can also use these pieces to customize chainstore basic buys such as a plain sofa or new bed. Selina and Joanna explain elements such as Furniture, Textiles, Lighting, Accessories, Display, and Color, then they show you howa particular style works in Kitchens, Living Rooms, Bedrooms,Bathrooms, and Home Offices.* Inspiring photographs by Debi Treloar.* The perfect gift for those who like to mix vintage and retro styles.

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Review: Bazaar Style: Decorating with Market and Vintage Finds

User Review  - July - Goodreads

Beautiful Colors, Pictures, I wish enough money and I could hire a designer. I would show a picture or two from this book for inspiration for my bedroom. Read full review

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User Review  - Trish - Goodreads

If your style is eclectic then you will like this book. Read full review

About the author (2008)

Selina Lake is a freelance interiors stylist. Her work regularly appears in home and lifestyle magazines including Marie Claire and Real Homes. Selina's earlier books Bazaar Style and Romantic Style are both published by Ryland Peters & Small.

JOANNA SIMMONS is a journalist and author. She writesregularly for Livingetc, where she is a contributing editor, Country Living, and other home and lifestyle titles. She has written several books on interiors and aguide to buying and restoring old property.

Debi Treloar is originally from Zimbabwe but now lives in London with her husband and two young sons. Her photographs of food and interiors are much sought after by prestigious magazines such as Homes & Gardens, Red, and Country Living. She has photographed many books for Ryland Peters & Small, Inc, including Eat Drink Live, Children's Spaces, and My Baby's Journal.

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