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Good Bones, Great Pieces

Good Bones, Great Pieces (Hardback)

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Synopsis

Making a home is lifeling persuit and it starts with your very first place. Suzanne and Lauren McGrath believe that every home should have a core group of great pieces in it that can live in almost any room and will always be stylish. At 25 Laura represents the younger generation of women who are making decisions about investing in key pieces for their first and second apartments. Suzanne represents the more settled women both those with families and those without, some redecorating, some starting over or adjusting to an empty nest. Together their advise appeals to women everywhere who are looking for guidance on how to create a home that feels right at every stage of life. Their style is hands-on and accessible. We'll see photos of them rolling up their sleeves, painting, bargaining at antique fairs and dressing tabletops with collectables and easy to find pieces. The book will be devided into 7 chapters based on a particular piece of furniture or accessory that they consider a great piece.

Using newly shot photographs of homes and apartments they've designed or designed by such renowned designers as Miles Redd and Robert Couterier, this book will be a wonderful resource for fans of down-to-earth practical interior design as well as fans of the blog.

Susan McGrath is an interior designer, style editor and former produced for Martha Stewart. Her daughter Lauren is a former fashion writer for Teen Vogue. Together they co-write their blog, Good Bones, Great Pieces which receives up to 60,000 unique visitors a month. They've been featured in Good Housekeeping and Martha Stuart Living among others. They also work together as interior designers collaborating on projects for Suzanne McGrath Design.

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