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A Beautiful Mess, Celebrating the new eclecticism


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A Beautiful Mess, Celebrating the new eclecticism


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Learn to mix patterns and collectibles with confidence
Step inside inspiring, eclectic, and maximalist homes
Decorating tips, tricks, and ideas to try from style maverick

A far cry from the calm simplicity of Scandinavian interiors or bare-room minimalism, now there is a bold alternative: individuality is the key word, and “more is more” the motto.

From highly-decorated interiors that are jam-packed with fabulous objects, to cool and cultivated apartments that are wonderfully unkempt, design writer Claire Bingham takes a tour around the world’s most exciting, free-spirited abodes where the interiors dazzle and half-measures aren’t allowed. Filled with prints, patterns, and curios, these homes will undoubtedly inspire readers to unleash their creativity. Celebrating the ornate, wild, and whimsical, this beautifully illustrated book includes loads of great decorating advice and ideas to steal.
Bye, bye minimal. Say hello to houses that are full of life.

CLAIRE BINGHAM is an interiors journalist who writes about architecture, design, and style for several publications worldwide. Before becoming an author with her first book, Modern Living, she was the Homes Editor for Elle Decoration UK and her work has been featured in international glossies, including Vogue Living and Architectural Digest. Scouring the globe for inspiring interiors and discovering the talents behind the scenes, she is interested in well-considered design that fits with our individual needs. Ultimately, she writes about the design and decoration of people’s homes and how they like to live.

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