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Found, Free, and Flea: Creating Collections from Vintage Treasures Hardcover – August 9, 2011
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About the Author
TEREASA SURRATT, cottage and camp design junkie as well as author of A Very Modest Cottage, is an advertising creative director at Ogilvy, where she has helped to create campaigns for brands such as Dove (including the “Campaign for Real Beauty”), Suave, Motorola, Craftsman, and FLOR. Her interior design, entertaining, and renovation projects have been featured on NPR and in Country Living, Better Homes and Gardens, ReadyMade, Dwell, CS Interiors, Chicago Home + Garden, and more. To follow her found, free, and flea adventures, visit Tereasa.com.
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I just moved into a new house and I struggled with decorating the whole place. It was perfect timing to buy this well-written, thought-out book. I love the photography - it really helps bring the story and collections to life.
I know some people can find treasures from flea markets or yard sales but I used to dread going to them. I felt so overwhelmed and couldn't imagine what could be done with other people's junk. Now I go with a different point of view - I feel like I can visualize what these pieces could become in my place - all thanks to this great book. Over the last month, I have gone to at least 3 yard sales each weekend - feeling inspired to start my own collection and now I have the beginnings of a home.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone who loves design, a great story, vintage, flea markets, DIY & photography. A bargain in itself! Thanks Tereasa.
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The pictures of the camp and all of the finds are most interesting.Read more