and when she was 12 her family moved there permanently. Josephine now combines a career as an antique dealer with one as a stylist and over the past 18 years has developed her own distinctive look. She divides her time between
homes in London and Uzès in the south of France and visiting Ireland to see friends and family. Josephine is also the author of the best-selling French Home and Essentially French (both published by Ryland Peters & Small).
Like many such design books , this one looked promising on the cover but ended up being an odd mix of flea market stuff tumbling around from one page to another. Read morePublished 4 months ago by susan
It is a great book for inspiration, but it's not the modern French look I was hoping to b able to translate into my home.Published 12 months ago by Vivienne Jolie
This was not what I expected but it will make you more appreciative of your own good taste. I love all things French but this was a disappointment. Sorry.Published 14 months ago by Jaycy
Not only are the photos in this book gorgeous but Josephine Ryan has a strong sense of narrative so the text is more than a mere description of the objects. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Paulette Beete
They are so fascinating!
All the interior items are selected through the eye of the good-taste-owner of the house.
They are art to live.