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Monograms For The Home Hardcover – October 6, 2015
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While monograms have a rich history going all the way back to the sixth century B.C., they are anything but outdated. Luscious photography and Kimberly Whitman’s personal, expressive writing, peppered with quotes from style and etiquette experts, shows that monogramming is an in-vogue way to customize every area of the home―the entry, living room, table, kitchen, bedroom and beyond.
Whitman also instructs on the etiquette of monogramming for marrieds and singles, for incorporating two or three initials or many more. From vintage and fancy to contemporary and edgy, monograms are suitable to every décor and style. From linens, lamps and chairs to silver, china, crystal, desk accessories, headboards and more, here are exquisite examples of using monograms as a “personal logo” in stylish, elegant ways.
KIMBERLY SCHLEGEL WHITMAN is a lifestyle expert, TV and radio personality, blogger, party planner and social media aficionado, as well as a media spokesperson for high-profile commercial companies. She has appeared on numerous TV shows, including Today and Access Hollywood. She is the author of six previous books on entertaining―Tablescapes: Setting the Table with Style; The Pleasure of Your Company: Entertaining in High Style; and Wedding Inspiration, among others. She is an editor-at-large for Southern Living.
About the Author
Kimberly Whitman is a lifestyle and entertaining expert. She has published seven books on entertaining, done countless television appearances, and a daily radio segment on Dallas’s number one morning show. She is an editor-at-large for Southern Living magazine. Kimberly and calligraphy artist Jen O’Neal have created the Halo Home line of monogrammable linens and popular emoji cocktail napkins, which are found in over 85 stores nationwide.