Country Style & Design

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Justin Bishop

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The Images Publishing Group
Territory: World
Size: 254 mm x 254 mm
Pages: 224
Illustrations: 500 colour

RRP £30.00

  • An invaluable sourcebook that will inspire those wanting to add a touch of the rural lifestyle to their living space
  • Beautifully photographed examples of French, British, American and Australian country-style architecture and interiors

Country Style and Design beautifully showcases Justin Bishop's intricate knowledge of country style and design. Blending traditional country style with modern influences, this book is a collection of beautiful images, practical tips, useful styling notes and personal sentiment. Regardless of whether you live in a city apartment or suburban home, if you love all things vintage and rustic, then this exquisite book is sure to delight.

The interior architecture and landscaping featured in Country Style and Design encompasses a number of looks - from the French country style of Provence to the more floral country designs of England, and from rustic traditional Americana to Australia's distinctive rural style.

Author profile

Justin Bishop is passionate about timeless, traditional design and decoration. His personal design principles echo an age before modern machine technology and mass production and are a reflection of his childhood spent growing up in a historic homestead in Melbourne's Yarra Valley.

His passion for traditional design is evident in his interior decorating style, where his training at Melbourne's Swinburne University combines with skills developed over a lifetime of interest in design. Renowned for their sophisticated blend of vintage furniture and classic interior items, Justin's own home and designs have appeared in a variety of leading magazines and publications including Australian Country Style, Melbourne's The Age newspaper and the UK's House magazine.

What the press have said about this book...

Country Style and Design was voted as a must read interiors book in the January 2013 issue of Homes and Antiques

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