The House That Pinterest Built

Author: Diane Keaton

Publisher: Rizzoli Publications


Category: Architecture, Domestic

Page: 272

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The House that Pinterest Built is an idiosyncratic decorating/interior design style book by film star Diane Keaton. In the tradition of her two previous books (California Romantica and House), the book explores Keaton's obsession with home and what it means and how to live more fully, beautifully, and happily in one's own abode. The book will be of interest to fans of Keaton's earlier books and of the star herself, as she features her own dream house. At once a style guide, an inspirational tome, and a how-to volume on making one's home, The House that Pinterest Built will serve as a go-to reference for all those seeking to spur their own creativity as they embark on the creation of home.

Isa Genzken

Author: Letizia Ragaglia

Publisher: Mousse Publishing


Category: Art

Page: 124

View: 135

Die Publikation ist eine übergreifende Darstellung der wichtigsten Werke der letzten drei Jahrzehnte. Die Werke erscheinen nicht in chronologischer Reihenfolge, sondern gehen den unterschiedlichen Formuntersuchungen der Künstlerin nach, mit denen sie sich ausdrückt und mit ihrer Zeit auseinandersetzt. Lose in den Bilderfluss eingefügt sind zehn Hommagen von Künstlerkollegen an Isa Genzken: Monica Bonvicini, Simon Denny, Liam Gillick, Jutta Koether, Mark Leckey, Nick Mauss, Elizabeth Peyton, Lawrence Weiner und Cerith Wyn Evans haben eigens Texte oder Bilder zu Werk und Person der Künstlerin beigesteuert. MUSEION / Museum für moderne und zeitgenössische Kunst, Bozen / Bolzano, 10.09.2010 - 16.01.2011.

Perfect Imperfect

The beauty of accident, age & patina

Author: Karen McCartney

Publisher: Allen & Unwin


Category: Architecture

Page: 288

View: 370

If you have read The House that Pinterest Built, Smart Spaces, The Alchemy of Things, or Elements of Style you're going to love Perfect Imperfect. Wabi-sabi and new creative interior design expressions: Perfect Imperfect is a stunning collection of homes and studios of creatives from all over the world, with thought-provoking text by Karen McCartney and stunning visuals by Sharyn Cairns and Glen Proebstel. Perfect Imperfect takes as its founding principle the Japanese concept of wabi-sabi. Wabi-Sabi advocates the beauty to be found in imperfection, impermanence and the authentic. Importantly this is done without losing sight of the benefits of living in the 21st century; where designers are merging digital technology with the handmade, rethinking how to use space and accommodating the natural world. Creating a new interior design vocabulary: As the collaborative process for creating Perfect Imperfect involved working across continents, the authors created a list of words and phrases that define how to curate the work they include in their stunning book. Their new interior design and interior decorating vocabulary includes terms such as mutability, irregularity, unfinished and incomplete, void, the effects of accident, unpretentious, simplicity, contrasts, and Leonard Koren's idea that 'beauty can be coaxed out of ugliness'. The new words and phrases introduced by the authors define the book's visual sections: • Spirit of Nature • Strange Beauty • Mark of Hand • Deep Shadow • Weathering & Decay • And, Incomplete and Irregular A beautiful, inspirational decorative book: Perfect Imperfect is a celebration of accident, curation, collection, hesitation, collaboration, reuse, reimagining and true originality. It explores an established aesthetic in a new way and embraces current design objects alongside well-worn ones; featuring interior settings that mix comfort, design and an off-beat beauty.

The Alchemy of Things

Interiors shaped by curious minds

Author: Karen McCartney

Publisher: Allen & Unwin


Category: Architecture

Page: 272

View: 672

The Alchemy of Things explores interior spaces at the edges of the decoratively possible. The book details a series of eighteen fascinating homes that come from a truly creative place, transcending conventional notions of collection and display.This new beauty taps into a craving for a personal space with rich layers, a little bit of oddity and an irrepressible joie de vivre. A mix of artists, interior designers, architects, collectors, gallerists, stylists, furniture designers and vintage retailers open the doors to their own homes - many for the first time.

The House That Love Built

A Second Chance Romance

Author: Jean Brashear

Publisher: Jean Brashear Literary Trust


Category: Fiction

Page: 248

View: 184

Once they had it all: a home with a man who adored her, three children they cherished, a life filled with passion and promise. Until one troubled child cost them everything. After a childhood of constant upheaval, all Cleo Formby wanted was to put down roots, to fill a house with family and love. When Malcolm Channing swept into her life, she gained it all: the home, the children, the love of a good man who adored her— Until their firstborn daughter tore their family apart, and even the love between Cleo and Malcolm wasn't strong enough to survive the devastation. Five years later, that daughter returns, destitute—with a child in tow. Cleo and Malcolm are thrown together again…and realize that their love has never died. But both have ties to others now, and their daughter is no less troubled than before. Being in constant proximity yet unable to be together is a constant heartache, but the welfare of this little grandson has to take first place. When Malcolm's new life is shattered by treachery, can he and Cleo overcome the wounds of the past and find their way back to the magic that once filled the house that love built? (A companion story to The Road Back Home, a different perspective of the story seen through Ria's eyes and going beyond) "Jean Brashear's distinctive storytelling voice instantly draws in the reader. She writes with warmth and emotional truth.” ~ #1 NY Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber

Cupcakes, Pinterest, and Ladyporn

Feminized Popular Culture in the Early Twenty-First Century

Author: Elana Levine

Publisher: University of Illinois Press


Category: Social Science

Page: 296

View: 401

Media expansion into the digital realm and the continuing segregation of users into niches has led to a proliferation of cultural products targeted to and consumed by women. Though often dismissed as frivolous or excessively emotional, feminized culture in reality offers compelling insights into the American experience of the early twenty-first century. Elana Levine brings together writings from feminist critics that chart the current terrain of feminized pop cultural production. Analyzing everything from Fifty Shades of Grey to Pinterest to pregnancy apps, contributors examine the economic, technological, representational, and experiential dimensions of products and phenomena that speak to, and about, the feminine. As these essays show, the imperative of productivity currently permeating feminized pop culture has created a generation of texts that speak as much to women's roles as public and private workers as to an impulse for fantasy or escape. Incisive and compelling, Cupcakes, Pinterest, and Ladyporn sheds new light on contemporary women's engagement with an array of media forms in the context of postfeminist culture and neoliberalism.

Love the House You're In

40 Ways to Improve Your Home and Change Your Life

Author: Paige Rien

Publisher: Shambhala Publications


Category: Design

Page: 288

View: 644

Love the House You’re In is about more than creating a beautiful space; it’s about creating a home that reflects you and all that you find comforting and inspiring in your life. Decorating your home can be daunting and overwhelming, but here’s the secret: If you want to love your house, the inspiration and ideas need to come from you. Love the House You’re In provides the tools to do just that. Through 40 actionable steps, you will: • Explore your life story: Mine your life for those things that inspire nostalgia and create a positive connection to memories, explore your family’s heritage, and be conscious of how you want to live now. • Understand what you’re working with: Take stock of your stuff, understand the history of your home, and get clear on the space you have. • Create an inspired action plan: Discover how to approach design room-by-room, find the through-line that ties the whole house together, and work in ways that empower your own ideas and creativity. • Learn the design skills that matter: Get tips on picking paint colors, choosing window dressings, arranging art, and more. When you start decorating your home with you as the starting point, you can create a highly personalized space that reflects your past, your future, and how you want to live today. In the process, you’ll gain the confidence and inspiration to come up with a functional and fabulous living space that’s just right for you and your life.

Indulge With Me: A With Me In Seattle Celebration

Indulge With Me: A With Me In Seattle Celebration

Author: Kristen Proby

Publisher: Evil Eye Concepts, Incorporated


Category: Fiction


View: 214

The beloved Montgomery Family, from New York Times Bestselling author Kristen Proby’s With Me In Seattle series, is big, and it just keeps growing! There are parties and celebrations taking place at every turn, and we are delighted to invite you to all of the festivities! Whether it’s a brunch hosted by Nate and Jules McKenna, or a fancy dinner party hosted by Luke and Natalie Williams, you won’t want to miss all we have in store for you! Each all-new story will feature shenanigans, laughter, love and lots of food. And let’s not forget cocktails! Kristen, along with USA Today Bestselling author Suzanne Johnson, have teamed up to bring you this cookbook, celebrating family, love, and absolutely delicious foods, perfect for any occasion. So sit back, or march straight into the kitchen, and get ready to indulge. We hope you’re hungry!

Pinterest Marketing

An Hour a Day

Author: Jennifer Evans Cario

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 336

View: 269

Develop and implement a Pinterest marketing strategy with this step-by-step guide Pinterest is the fastest-growing social media platform, with more than 80 percent of its users women between the ages of 25 and 54. Learn to reach this desirable market by following the advice in this step-by-step, task-based guide! It explains Pinterest's unique appeal and fundamentals, then shows how to develop a strategic marketing plan, set up an account, curate winning content, find followers, and track and monitor Pinterest traffic. The popular An Hour a Day format uses a detailed how-to approach with case studies, tips, interviews, and more. Learn how craft, implement, measure, and optimize a successful Pinterest marketing plan Explore the factors behind Pinterest's appeal and learn how to develop a plan based on your business's core goals, then implement it and monitor the results Review case studies and interviews with successful Pinterest marketers to use as guidelines for your own campaigns Pinterest Marketing: An Hour a Day gives you the know-how and the confidence to market your business on today's hottest social media platform.

Living Life as an Empath and Medium

Author: Rebecca Walters Hopkins

Publisher: Balboa Press


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 252

View: 966

Have you ever sensed someone was watching you? But nothing there? Do you wonder about what happens to you or a loved one after death? I want to assure you that your loved ones know what you are doing in your daily lives after they are gone. Through all my experiences I have had since I was a child until today, I truly believe the spirit never dies. I have documented many encounters with spirits from sensing them, seeing them, hearing music, voices and experiencing dreams from 2012-2018. This book also shares with you a true account of my memories in a past-life regression hypnosis technique and how it directly affects my life today. You will learn steps on how to meditate properly and what I see during my meditation. Being an empath and medium has been an enlightening experience. I have spent years researching and learning many things to help me embrace and expand my gift. The biggest blessing is seeing how communicating with spirits can heal one’s heart and soul knowing their loved one can see them after they have passed away. My abilities are a gift from God.