Pale & Interesting: Decorating with whites, pastels and neutrals for a warm and welcoming home

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Ryland Peters & Small, Mar 10, 2011 - Design - 160 pages
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The look combines their creative approach with the reality of busy family life, resulting in a stylish yet comfortable home that’s easy to live in and easy on the eye. Atlanta and Dave start by taking a look at the design philosophy behind the look: Keep it Simple, Keep it Relaxed and Keep it Real. Next, in Putting It All Together, they map out the key elements of the look: Shades of Pale; Texture & Form; Mixing it Up; Waste Not, Want Not and Collecting. Finally The Rooms, takes a tour throughout the home, revealing how easy and enjoyable it is to live with chalky pastels, earthy natural tones, understated neutrals and muted vintage shades. Pale & Interesting shows how to tap into the look and draw on your own individual taste to create a fresh, light and airy home that’s a joy to live in, every single day.

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Atlanta Bartlett is an interiors stylist whose trademark look is accessible and easy-going. Dave Coote is a furniture and interiors designer well known for his quirky, retro style with an emphasis on reclaimed materials. Atlanta and Dave live on Romney Marsh, Kent.

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