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Bohemian Modern: Imaginative and Affordable Ideas for a Creative and Beautiful Home Hardcover – February 12, 2015
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In Emily Henson s new book "Bohemian Modern," the interiors stylist and author proves that the current '70s style revival is more than just a "modern hippy vibe. --Lisa Boone, "Los Angeles Times"
Celebrates modern style while paying homage to the free-spirited fashion of the 1960s and 70s --ArchitecturalDigest.com
If you love creative and eclectic interiors, then you are going to love Emily Henson's beautiful new book, Bohemian Modern --Such Pretty Things blog
About the Author
Emily Henson has recently returned to London after many years spent living and working in Los Angeles. Her career has encompassed store display and merchandizing for Anthropologie and set design for commercials and TV shows, as well as interior design for private clients. Her popular blog is entitled Life Unstyled and she is also the author of the bestselling 'Modern Rustic' (978-1-84975-445-3), which is also published by Ryland Peters & Small.
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Finally, I respectfully disagree with one of the other reviewers that this book can be passed up for modern bohemians. While Justina blakeney's book is absolutely beautiful ( I bought it, loved it and gifted it) the two books are different. If you are into vignettes and beautiful corners, you will really enjoy this book. Blakeney's book includes more wholistic shots: each photo is zoomed out to include the whole room and the photos tell the story of the whole house. Some people may prefer that style. For me, zooming in on the little things offers a different kind of inspiration, with its own merit. Henson's book includes a lot of little corners to be recreated in your own home. I highly recommend this book.