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Selina Lake: Garden Style

Inspirational Styling for your Outside Space

Author: Selina Lake

Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small

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Category: Gardening

Page: 160

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In her latest book, Garden Style, Selina Lake reveals how to make the most of any outdoor space, no matter what size or shape. Selina begins by describing her sources of inspiration—famous gardens, nurseries and garden centers, plant catalogs, and botanical prints. Armed with ideas, she moves on to Chapter Two, Decorating your Garden, which is packed with suggestions for container gardening and introducing decorative features. In the next chapter, Bringing the Outside In, she harvests blooms and foliage from the garden to provide seasonal adornment for her home. Chapter Four, Garden Rooms, Greenhouses and Sheds, taps into the current trend for garden buildings that allow you to make the most of your outdoor space. Next, in Relaxing Outdoors, Selina explains how to transform the yard into a stylish space for entertaining, with ideas on furniture, lighting, and more. Finally, in Eating Outdoors, Selina offers advice on creating an inviting outdoor room for eating alfresco. The book is peppered with styling ideas and simple projects. There are also tips on choosing easy-to-grow garden plants and even growing your own produce. Perfect for anyone who wants to make the most of their own little patch of green, Garden Style will also appeal to those who might have neglected their yard and need help to see the potential in their plot. Garden Style will allow readers to transform even the smallest scrap of outdoor space into a lush green retreat.

Winter Living Style

Author: Selina Lake

Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small

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Category: House & Home

Page: 160

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Transform your home into a beautiful, elegant and welcoming haven, inspired by the romantic charm of winter.

Shed Style

Decorating cabins, huts, pods, sheds and other garden rooms

Author: Selina Lake

Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small

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Category: House & Home

Page: 160

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In Shed Style, Selina Lake reveals how even the smallest garden can be home to an outdoor retreat. From the traditional gardener’s potting shed to a writer’s cabin to an artist's studio, Selina explores sheds, cabins, huts, greenhouses, pods and all manner of garden structures, providing ample inspiration for anyone dreaming of their own garden hideaway. She reveals how any existing shed, cabin or outbuilding can become a versatile work or social space rather than just somewhere to store the lawnmower. If you are short of space indoors, as so many of us are nowadays, a garden office, creative space, ‘she shed’ or work pod can provide a perfect solution. A greenhouse or potting shed will appeal to keen gardeners, while a cosy shepherd’s hut, perhaps with a bijou wood-burning stove, can work as guest accommodation. In Shed Style, Selina reveals how to create the shed of your dreams, presenting hundreds of fresh ideas for decorating and styling both the interior and exterior as well as suggestions for lighting, fabrics, furniture and other accessories. Shed Style is perfect for anyone who wants to make the most of their outdoor space.

Selina Lake Outdoor Living

An inspirational guide to styling and decorating your outdoor spaces

Author: Selina Lake

Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small

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Category: House & Home

Page: 160

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Selina provides ample inspiration and practical suggestions for transforming a yard, courtyard, deck, porch, or even just a balcony into a lush outdoor room that’s perfect for lounging, relaxing, and entertaining. She also goes further afield, with dozens of ideas for simple yet stylish picnics, beach BBQs, barn dances, and block parties. Selina starts by showcasing her Outside Inspirations in the form of flowers, lighting, fabrics, and decorations. She then focuses on beautifying every aspect of outdoor living, from supper alfresco to restoring an old travel trailer. Easy-to-follow step-by-step crafting projects include hand-crafted floor cushions, using vintage and salvaged items as garden furniture and planters, creating a picnic hamper from an old suitcase, beautiful ideas for posies and garlands, and even a homemade tepee to give shade on sunny afternoons or shelter when you’re sleeping out beneath the stars. In addition, “Style Tips†and “Selina Loves...†sections are dotted throughout, full of inspiring suggestions for not only beautiful living outdoors but also ways in which the outside can be brought in.

Selina Lake Winter Living

An inspirational guide to styling and decorating your home for winter

Author: Selina Lake

Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small

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Category: House & Home

Page: 160

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Popular stylist and bestselling interiors’ author Selina Lake brings her signature pretty, vintage, romantic style to the most atmospheric and beautiful of seasons. With chapters including a stand-alone section of Winter Inspirations, containing flowers, lighting, fabrics, furniture, and decorations, you’ll be full of fresh ideas to transform your home into an inviting, warming, and welcoming haven. Discover the cheerful yet intimate style and soft textures and tones of Homespun; the gentle palette and elegant vintage style of Faded Grandeur, striking the perfect balance between opulence and charm; the mid-century simplicity and timeless appeal of Rustic with its rich colors for the darker months; the Scandinavian feel of Winter Whites, with its whitewashed floorboards, natural wood, and stone, and finally, a chapter on Festive Celebrations, with enchanting ideas for decorations, as well as inspirational ideas for cosy and vintage Christmas celebrations. Throughout the book, Selina‘s imaginative ‘DIY ideas’ and insightful ‘Style Tips’ provide inspiring suggestions for how to recreate the textures, tones, and ambience of winter and bring Selina’s signature style into your own home.

Natural Living Style

Inspirational ideas for a beautiful and sustainable home

Author: Selina Lake

Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small

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Category: Nature

Page: 160

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In Natural Living Style, Selina Lake reveals how to create a simple, beautiful and stylish home that is as natural, plastic-free, and sustainable as possible. “Our favourite stylist is back—we can't stop drooling over Selina Lake's new book...” Mollie Makes In Inspirations, Selina starts by revealing the concepts that inspire her: natural decor, living simply, mindful consumption, recycling, upcycling, and reducing plastic waste. She looks at materials suited to the natural living look, including wood, bamboo, cork, recycled glass, and upcycled materials. In Textures, she focuses on organic fabrics, fibers such as coir and rattan, and eco-friendly paint. Finally, she shows how to style the home using lighting, decorative objects, vintage pieces, garden flowers, and house plants. In the second section, Natural Living Spaces, Selina shows how sustainability and style can go hand in hand in living rooms, kitchens, bedrooms, bathrooms, home offices, and even utility rooms. In The Natural Garden, she steps outside to discuss green gardening, growing your own produce, and venturing further afield to camp, travel, and explore. Thoughout, eco-friendly tips and hints will inspire those who want to lighten their footprint on the planet. Last but not least, the Natural Resources section will help readers get the look and create a sustainable, eco-friendly home of their own.

Botanical Style

Inspirational decorating with nature, plants and florals

Author: Selina Lake

Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small

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Category: Design

Page: 160

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The first chapter, Botanical Inspirations, takes a look at the ingredients of the look—antique botanical prints and artworks, flower stalls, potting sheds, and houseplants—and draws upon these sources for fresh ideas to transform your home into a leafy haven. Moving on, Selina explores five different facets of the botanical look. Vintage Botanicals celebrates the gentle palette and delicate style of floral watercolors and pressed flowers, while Boho Botanicals has more of a free-spirited 1970s vibe, with jungly potted plants, flower garlands, and even a decorated teepee. The varied textures and contemporary appeal of Industrial Botanicals give it a modern edge, utilizing materials such as polished concrete, rusted metal, and laboratory glass and combining them with peeling paint and vintage science posters on the walls. Next, Natural Botanicals is based around antique botanical prints and museum specimen cases for a nostalgic feel while Tropical Botanicals features bold leafy prints, spiny cacti, and palm trees for a distinctly glamorous retro flavor. Throughout the book, Selina‘s imaginative ‘DIY Makes’ and insightful ‘Style Tips’ provide a wealth of inspiring suggestions for how to recreate the textures, tones, and ambience of Botanical Style in your own home.

Heritage Style

A fresh new take on traditional design

Author: Selina Lake

Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small

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Category: Architecture

Page: 176

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In Heritage Style, Selina Lake celebrates the new nostalgic mood in interiors, using vintage and inherited furniture and other accessories in a fresh, original fashion. Our homes are more important to us than ever before, and heritage style harks back to the reassuring comfort of traditional interiors. Paneling, wallpaper, floral fabrics, and heritage paint colors provide a backdrop for house plants, artworks, and contemporary crafts, while upholstered and wicker furniture, pretty decorative detailing, and plump throw pillows feel warm, welcoming, and familiar. It’s not only a comforting style, but also a sustainable one, built around pre-owned and vintage pieces sourced at online auctions or on Instagram and given a new lease of life in modern homes. Heritage Style shows how to create a home that feels both modern and nostalgic at the same time—inviting, easy to live in, and full of intriguing personal touches.

THE GREENHOUSE GARDEN

THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO MASTERING THE ACT OF CREATING A GREENHOUSE GARDEN

Author: James Shelby PH.D

Publisher: James Shelby PH.D

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Category: Gardening

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View: 369

The most comprehensive book on greenhouse gardening available today. Today, greenhouses and sunrooms are real living spaces where gardeners spend as much time with a book and a cup of coffee as they do with a watering can and a pair of pruning shears. In this fully revised edition of a best-selling classic, veteran gardener Shane Smith embraces this new "lifestyle" approach to greenhouse gardening. Through lively writing that balances wit with commonsense advice, Smith draws on his more than 20 years' experience to cover everything you need to know to establish a charming and productive greenhouse.

Eco Chic Home

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Happy by Design

How to create a home that boosts your health & happiness

Author: Victoria Harrison

Publisher: Hachette UK

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Category: House & Home

Page: 160

View: 269

Happy by Design teaches us how we can actively improve our health and wellbeing through the way we design our living spaces. From the paint colour that's been named the happiest, to the science of getting a good night's sleep, Happy by Design offers bite-sized and affordable design ideas that are accessible to all, from a young renter in an urban apartment to a busy family in their own home. By quizzing experts from NASA scientists to colour gurus, Victoria Harrison has devised a Happy Home Programme to help everyone transform their living spaces and put wellbeing at the heart of their homes. With fun and easy ideas for each room in the home, the programme is easy to follow and packed with tips and inspiration to help everyone live the happiest life possible.

Women's Lives and Public Policy

The International Experience

Author: Meredeth Turshen

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

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Category: Social Science

Page: 217

View: 605

This book considers the impact of public policy on various aspects of women's lives, including sex and birth, marriage and death, work and child rearing, and women's responses to those policies. Written by scholars who have lived on five continents, the work spans the First and Third Worlds, with several chapters providing case illustrations from Latin America, Asia, and Africa. Interdisciplinary in scope, the volume includes the fields of economics, politics, planning, and literature. The work is divided into two sections, with chapters in the first part considering the impact of economic and demographic policies on women and those in the second part considering policies relating to women's interpersonal relationships. Urban culture is considered in an epilogue.

The Floral World and Garden Guide

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Category: Floriculture

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The British National Bibliography

Author: Arthur James Wells

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Category: Bibliography, National

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The Classical Gardens of Shanghai (上海古典園林)

Author: Shelly Bryant

Publisher: Hong Kong University Press

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Category: Architecture

Page: 156

View: 710

In The Classical Gardens of Shanghai, Shelly Bryant looks at five of Shanghai’s remaining classical gardens through their origins, changing fortunes, restorations, and links to a wider Chinese aesthetic. Shanghai’s classical gardens are as much text as space; they exist in art, poetry, and literature as much as in stone, rock, and earth. But these gardens have not remained static entities. Rather, they have been remodelled constantly since their inception. This book reflects this process within the constancy of traditional Chinese horticulture and reveals Shanghai’s remaining classical gardens as places representing wealth and social status, social and dynastic shifts, through falling family fortunes and political revolutions to search for a recovery of China’s ancient culture in the modern day. “Like a classical Chinese garden, this admirable and beautifully balanced book conjures up wider landscapes from within a small compass. It can be savoured on many levels: poetic and aesthetic no less than scholarly and intellectual. It is the next best thing to being guided through such gardens by Shelly Bryant herself.” —Lynn Pan, author of When True Love Came to China and Shanghai Style

The Literary Gazette

A Weekly Journal of Literature, Science, and the Fine Arts

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Literary Gazette and Journal of Archaeology, Science, and Art

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Imperial Vancouver Island

Who Was Who, 1850-1950

Author: J. F. Bosher

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

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Category: History

Page: 839

View: 936

"During the century 1850-1950 Vancouver Island attracted Imperial officers and other Imperials from India, the British Isles, and elsewhere in the Empire. Victoria was the main British port on the north-west Pacific Coast for forty years before the city of Vancouver was founded in 1886 to be the coastal terminus of the Canadian Pacific Railway. These two coastal cities were historically and geographically different. The Island joined Canada in 1871 and thirty-five years later the Royal Navy withdrew from Esquimalt, but Island communities did not lose their Imperial character until the 1950s."--P. [4] of cover.

A Rogue to Ruin

Author: Darcy Burke

Publisher: Darcy Burke

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Category: Fiction

Page: 360

View: 158

From USA Today Bestselling author Darcy Burke, your next Regency obsession: The Pretenders! Set in Burke’s popular world of The Untouchables, indulge in the saga of a trio of siblings who excel at being something they’re not. Can a dauntless Bow Street Runner, a devastated viscount, and a disillusioned Society miss unravel their secrets? Book Three: A ROGUE TO RUIN Anne Pemberton was one of the Season’s most popular young misses until her betrothed was arrested for extortion at their wedding. Now a social pariah, she can’t help but think back to the dashing gentleman she met before the Season started. Though they spent several afternoons exploring East London together, they never disclosed their names. They did, however, share a kiss, and Anne can’t forget it—or him. Former thief Rafe Blackwell is now a respectable gentleman with one goal: to take down the man who murdered his parents. Reunited with Anne, their attraction still blazes strong, and he can’t let her get too close, for his heart is forever cold and his mission too desperate. But when Anne seeks to save him—both emotionally and physically—he’ll have to embrace the darkness or risk losing the only light he’s ever known.

The Athenaeum

Journal of Literature, Science and the Fine Arts

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