I can't stop flipping through the pages over and over again.
Rather you'll pour over all the eye candy, feel bouyant at the amazing collections, and yes, perhaps be inspired to fully embrace the messiness of imperfection.
All in all, I thought it was worth looking at, but I don't think it's worth buying, as it didn't seem to have much relation to real people's lives.
Ordered all three of her books and really enjoying all of them.Published 1 month ago by Patricia King Indyk
I love Ms Carter's style in decorating. I have had a saying, for years, that is parallel to this book's title - "A neat desk is the sign of a sick mind".Published 2 months ago by William Bale
A very good book especially for your wife. A good read.
A good gift for any female friend. get it.
I like the premise of the book and that it's ok to have your house not be perfect, that lived-in is actually a good thing. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Elizabeth
I loved the title of this book, because for me, it is so true! Gorgeous pictures, good interviews, and life affirming philosophy. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Sandra Thornberry
I gor this recommended from a feng shui consultant, but it really let me down. Basically a heap of photos of really cluttered homes, not at all the order in chaos I expected. Read morePublished 18 months ago by M. Brthen
I love this book! Very clever. I will read it over and over and probably buy more to give as a gift.Published 20 months ago by I. Speakthetruth
This is the third book by Mary Randolph Carter that I own, and the one I found most helpful in using all the stuff I've collected to enhance my home. Read morePublished 21 months ago by SALLY DICKTER
The subtitle is very misleading. This is a great looking, quirky book showing lots of inviting spaces, but you will get very little " how- to". Read morePublished on February 14, 2012 by ireadabookaday