Synopses & Reviews
A master interior stylist and designer for Anthropologie provides unique inspiration for becoming the curator of your own style and creating evocative rooms full of texture, color, and imagination Packed with tips of the interior stylist's trade, this is a lavishly photographed interiors book in which every image demonstrates a clear and easily replicable principle that will help transform a room without the need for expensive and permanent renovation. Sibella Court's style is very global, combining contemporary elements with antiques and junk-shop finds, textile fragments, wallpapers, collectibles, and ephemera. This beautiful guide draws on five of Sibella's favorite color themes as a framework for the display of her impeccable eye for detail. Each section will draw the reader into Sibella's world of color and texture, through inspirational room settings to the most intimate of details.
"There are few books in the world as lovely as this. . . . the biblio equivalent of pottering around a junk shop you've stumbled across in a back alley of Paris." —Ideal Home
"The result [of reading Etcetera] is a globally inspired space that's full of color, texture, and imagination." —The Daily News
About the Author
Sibella Court is an Australia-based interior stylist who moved to New York in 1999 and spent nine years working on advertising campaigns for Bergdorf Goodman, Brocade Home, Jo Malone, and Target, and was a regular contributor to such magazines as House & Garden, Real Simple, Town & Country, Travel & Leisure, and Vogue Living. She is the proprietor of a store and the interiors editor of Grazia and Harpers Bazaar, and she designs paint ranges with Murobond Paints.