My Bedroom is an Office: & Other Interior Design Dilemmas (Paperback)
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Just moved into your new home? No idea where to start or what to do? Landlord won't let you paint your walls? Hate your couch but can't afford a new one? Wondering if you can paint your horrible plastic chairs? Look no further, interior design stylist and expert Joanna Thornhill will guide you through an array of design dilemmas, from minor tweaks to bigger projects. Packed with inspirational and practical advice for both homeowners and renters, this book will help you achieve a home you can be proud of, even if your office is at the end of your bed.
About the Author
Joanna Thornhill is a London-based interiors stylist and writer. She works for clients ranging from TV and magazine publishing to retailers and online, including trend forecasting for WGSN-lifestyle. She is the author of Home for Now (2014).
"As our private spaces become more public, if you find yourself yearning for design advice--with budget in mind--see Joanna Thornhill's My Bedroom Is an Office: & Other Interior Design Dilemmas... offer creative tips and tricks for DIY, high-impact but damage-free decorating. Shelf Awareness
"Allow Joanna Thornhill's My Bedroom Is An Office: & Other Interior Design Dilemmas to give your mom the help she desperately needs with that guest room redesign she's been putting off for the past seven years...but who's counting!" Marie Claire
"For people with small spaces and tight budgets, finding a home decor style that works can be a real pain. My Bedroom Is an Office & Other Interior Design Dilemmas will help you navigate your next home-decorating crisis. -Bustle
"I wish I had this book when I was starting my interior design odyssey. It includes everything you need to make an amateur decorator look like a pro, and your living space look like a dream." -Jonathan Adler
"Thornhill's most recent book, My Bedroom is an Office: & Other Interior Design Dilemmas , made us (and our cramped apartments) feel refreshingly seen. writer-stylist [Thornhill] showcases how interior design does not always equate to permanent-ownership - and getting creative with temporary interiors is actually quite fun."