Join us on a literary world trip!
Add this book to bookshelf
Grey
Write a new comment Default profile 50px
Grey
Subscribe to read the full book or read the first pages for free!
All characters reduced
MOOD - Interiors & Inspiration - cover

MOOD - Interiors & Inspiration

Anne Hepfer

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

  • 0
  • 0
  • 0

Summary

In Anne Hepfer’s first book, the acclaimed designer explores the power of a stylish and soul-nourishing refuge of one’s own. Drawing inspiration from influences such as travel, music, food and drink, fashion, and nature, Hepfer shares her process and opens the doors to the masterful spaces she has crafted for both clients and her own family.
Available since: 09/20/2022.
Print length: 320 pages.

Other books that might interest you

  • The Wrong Dog - An Unlikely Tale of Unconditional Love - cover

    The Wrong Dog - An Unlikely Tale...

    David Elliot Cohen

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    A Heartwarming Story of Unconditional Love for Fans of Dog Tales“Part Marley and Me, part Bucket List, part travel memoir, Cohen’s book tells the story of Simba, a larger-than-life Labrador retriever whose physical size is matched only by his love of people.” ―Sara Hodon, Compulsive Reader
     
    2018 International Book Awards Winner
     
    From New York Times bestselling author David Elliot Cohen comes this unforgettable dog tale and story of a cross-country road trip. The Wrong Dog is a heartwarming and hilarious memoir of a mischievous dog and the unconditional love he forges with the family who mistakenly adopts him.
     
    There are no bad dogs. Meet Simba II, a playful white Labrador puppy brought home by accident. As he grows into an enormous ninety-pound dog with a huge personality, Simba cements the bond between two families and enriches their lives in countless ways.
     
    A cross-country road trip to remember. When the family moves from San Francisco to New York, the author is charged with the ultimate animal rescue−bringing Simba to the family’s new home. He and his best friend, Erick, load Simba into the back of a station wagon and set out on a 3,300-mile once-in-a-lifetime road trip across America.
     
    An epic journey for dog lovers. With stops at Buck Owens’ Crystal Palace; the Las Vegas Strip; Meteor Crater; the Painted Desert; Cadillac Ranch; Winslow, Arizona; Gallup, New Mexico; Graceland, and other all-American landmarks, this engaging and poignant volume chronicles an epic journey, the unconditional love between one dog and his family, and the vast and benevolent role dogs play in American family life. But most of all, The Wrong Dog shows us how the end of life can sometimes be the richest part of all.
     
    If you’re a dog lover who’s enjoyed books such as Arthur: The Dog who Crossed the Jungle to Find a Home, A Dog Called Hope, or No Ordinary Dog, then you’ll love and laugh along with The Wrong Dog.
    Show book
  • Worldly Cats - Stories about Cats From Around the World and the Breeds of Each Continent - cover

    Worldly Cats - Stories about...

    Tyler Mudrey, Diana McLeod, Lisa...

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    There are more than 220 million cats in the world, and this book has stories about the world’s favourite pet from all across the globe. From an owner with 96 cats in Calgary, Alberta, Canada to a daring cat-escape from Lebanon to the Middle East, the book tells many fine feline tales. We4 also list over 20 different breeds from around the world, where they’re from and a short description. Truly a global cat reference for any cat-lover.
    Show book
  • The Solace of Open Spaces - Essays - cover

    The Solace of Open Spaces - Essays

    Gretel Ehrlich

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    These transcendent, lyrical essays on the West announced Gretel Ehrlich as a major American writer—“Wyoming has found its Whitman” (Annie Dillard). Poet and filmmaker Gretel Ehrlich went to Wyoming in 1975 to make the first in a series of documentaries when her partner died. Ehrlich stayed on and found she couldn’t leave. The Solace of Open Spaces is a chronicle of her first years on “the planet of Wyoming,” a personal journey into a place, a feeling, and a way of life.   Ehrlich captures both the otherworldly beauty and cruelty of the natural forces—the harsh wind, bitter cold, and swiftly changing seasons—in the remote reaches of the American West. She brings depth, tenderness, and humor to her portraits of the peculiar souls who also call it home: hermits and ranchers, rodeo cowboys and schoolteachers, dreamers and realists. Together, these essays form an evocative and vibrant tribute to the life Ehrlich chose and the geography she loves.   Originally written as journal entries addressed to a friend, The Solace of Open Spaces is raw, meditative, electrifying, and uncommonly wise. In prose “as expansive as a Wyoming vista, as charged as a bolt of prairie lightning,” Ehrlich explores the magical interplay between our interior lives and the world around us (Newsday).    
    Show book
  • Fork It Over - The Intrepid Adventures of a Professional Eater - cover

    Fork It Over - The Intrepid...

    Alan Richman

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    Adventures in eating by the twelve-time James Beard Award winner: “Richman’s dry, witty prose will delight readers who crave good culinary writing.” —Library Journal 
     
    Alan Richman has dined in more unlikely locations and devoured more tasting menus than any other restaurant critic alive. He has reviewed restaurants in almost every Communist country (China, Vietnam, Cuba, East Germany) and heedlessly indulged his enduring passion for eight-course dinners (plus cheese).  
     
    In Fork It Over, Richman retraces decades of culinary adventuring. In one episode, he reviews a Chicago restaurant owned and operated by Louis Farrakhan (not known to be a fan of Jewish restaurant critics) and completes the assignment by sneaking into services at the Nation of Islam mosque, where no whites are allowed. In Cuba, he defies government regulations by interviewing starving political dissidents, and then rewards himself with a lobster lunch at the most expensive restaurant in Havana. He chiffonades his way to a failing grade at the Paul Bocuse school in Lyon, politely endures Sharon Stone’s notions of fine dining, and explains why you can't get a good meal in Boston—spurred on by the reckless passion for food that made him the only soldier he knows who gained weight while in Vietnam and carried him from his neighborhood burger joint to Le Bernardin. 
     
    “A sharp, rollicking collection of articles documenting Richman’s most memorable culinary experiences . . . An enjoyable treat full of gastronomic guffaws.” —Kirkus Reviews (starred review) 
     
    “Reading Richman is like taking a brisk walk with a very funny friend.” —Entertainment Weekly 
     
    “From Shanghai to Havana to the Hamptons, Richman knows whereof he speaks, and he says it so well you can almost taste it.” —Forbes 
     
    “A very satisfying feast.” —Associated Press
    Show book
  • Gardening and Lawn Care Bundle 3 in 1 Bundle - cover

    Gardening and Lawn Care Bundle 3...

    F.E. Sorrel, Bernand Warley,...

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    Gardening and Lawn Care Bundle, 3 in 1 Bundle: Starting a Garden, Plot Gardening, and Beginner's GardenThese days, more and more people are discovering the benefits and joys of gardening. Among the many benefits of gardening is it helps your body fight off diseases and it helps you build strength. It also reduces stress, promotes sleep and helps you maintain a healthy weight because it is an effective and fun way to exercise and it can generally just improve your mood and make you happy. Growing a garden takes a lot of tender, loving care. Sure, it may not be as challenging as growing a family, but you need to give your garden love and attention to ensure that those little seedlings grow into something beautiful. A garden can make or break your outdoor living environment. In this bundle, you will learn everything you need to know about gardening and landscaping. It will give you the best tips and ideas for different types of gardening and landscaping so you have an idea before you start your own garden. You will learn how to design and start your garden and maintain it. You will learn how to garden for each season to make sure your garden will continue to flourish beautifully.This 3 in 1 bundle includes the following audiobooks:1. Starting a Garden: The Ultimate Guide to Gardening and Landscaping, Learn Different Ideas and Tips on How To Have the Perfect Garden You Will Be Proud Of!2. Plot Gardening: The Ultimate Guide on How to Create the Most Beautiful Garden, Learn Tips and Tricks on How You Can Have A Garden You Can Be Really Proud Of!3. Beginner's Garden: The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide on How to Care For Your Garden, Discover Useful Tips and the Best Gardening Advice on How to Keep Your Garden, Flowers and Plants Looking Their BestGardening is one of the healthiest hobbies a person can develop. If you want to learn more, download your copy of Gardening and Lawn Care 3 in 1 bundle today!
    Show book
  • Northern Light - Power Land and the Memory of Water - cover

    Northern Light - Power Land and...

    Kazim Ali

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    The child of South Asian migrants, Kazim Ali was born in London, lived as a child in the cities and small towns of Manitoba, and made a life in the United States. As a man passing through disparate homes, he has never felt he belonged to a place. And yet, one day, he finds himself thinking of Jenpeg, a community thrown up around the building of a hydroelectric dam on the Nelson River, where he once lived for several years as a child. Does the town still exist, he wonders? Is the dam still operational?When Ali goes searching, however, he finds not news of Jenpeg, but of the local Pimicikamak community. Facing environmental destruction and broken promises from the Canadian government, they have evicted Manitoba's electric utility from the dam on Cross Lake. In a place where water is an integral part of social and cultural life, the community demands accountability for the harm that the utility has caused.Troubled, Ali returns north, looking to understand his place in this story and eager to listen. Over the course of a week, he participates in community life and learns about the politics of the dam from Chief Cathy Merrick. In building relationships with his former neighbors, Ali explores questions of land and power—and in remembering a lost connection to this place, finally finds a home he might belong to.
    Show book