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Suzanne and Lauren McGrath are a mother–daughter interior design team who operate the design blog Good Bones, Great Pieces. They live in New York City and Rye, New York.
The book is beautifully laid out and a pleasure to read.
Suzanne and Lauren McGrath have done an amazing job compiling the basic essentials of timeless decorating in a manner that even the novice decorator can accomplish.
It is way more than just 'seven essential pieces', this book takes you on an adventure and I really enjoyed the journey.
Wonderful, smartly written guide to home decor. Down to earth and very manageable advice covering every price point on the furniture market.Published 2 months ago by Mary Spoelstra
Loved the book so much that I bought one for my niece who has just finished graduate school and has a new apartment she is furnishing. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Dianne
Good basic design book with excellent source references in back of book. I will be using this book while designing our new home.Published 14 months ago by dapostrophe
Love this book! Great ideas and great for me to show my clients and customers some
of these ladies techniques and ideas.
Wish I'd had this sort of decorating guide years ago, but glad to have it now. Useful whether you are just starting a home or want to make it more comfortable and attractive.Published 22 months ago by Frogers
Of my two dozen design books, this is among the most thrilling. I am sometimes put off by books showcasing lavish millionnaire homes I can't relate to. Read morePublished on January 12, 2013 by Mary Ashby
Discusses various pieces of furniture and how they can be placed in a room.
Pictures are nice but overall not a very enlightening reference book.
It sounds a little crazy to say this, but this book really opened my eyes to the possibility of using one piece of furniture in multiple ways, in multiple rooms of the house. Read morePublished on December 28, 2012 by Ladybug
This book is good for readers who are looking for decorating ideas. I wasn't too impressed. I would have preferred a book that showed side by pictures of what not to do with the... Read morePublished on December 23, 2012 by MJ2012