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Create a haven of coziness and calm that embraces you as you walk through the door with Chris Myers’ effortless styling ideas and tips.
Taking a room-by-room approach, Chris describes the essentials of creating coziness from the colors to use, the textiles to incorporate, the decorative accessories and lighting to include, and how to bring a sense of personality and uniqueness to your own space. Using natural, or pre-loved and re-purposed objects is an important element of this ethos. Wherever you live, in an urban apartment, town house, or country cottage, Chris will inspire you to bring comfort and happiness into your space whether by creating a welcoming wreath for the front door made from foraged items, kitchen curtains made from old vintage quilts, eco-friendly natural cleaning products, or lavender bags and scented candles…
Your home will become a sanctuary, a home for the soul surrounded by the things you love, a place you will long to return to at the end of the day and one that is kind to the planet too.
About the Author
Christiane Bellstedt Myers was brought up in rural Canada where homespun items were a way of life, and where she realized that the joy and satisfaction that comes with these creations was something that she wanted to share. She moved to the UK over two decades ago and six years ago started The Cozy Club, which invites people into her home to spend the day creating a seasonal item to take home. Chris has been featured in Country Living and Homes and Antiques. She is based in Buckinghamshire, UK.
The book is a tome of unfussy, comforting homespun goodness - Period Living
Charming ideas to create a warm, welcoming home using natural or pre-loved objects. You can find tips on lighting, textiles, furniture, and details down to the tiniest, loveliest treasures - Greatist.com
You and your book are both absolutely beautiful - Paula Sutton, Hill House Vintage
Inspiration from the queen of preloved chic - The Telegraph