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The Natural Home: Living the Simple Life Hardcover – May 16, 1995
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Georgeously photographed by Michael Skott with text by Jill Kirchner, Foley has laid out a "how to" guide for living well. Her's is a kind of recipe book for a beautiful life.
Here we find how tos of using natural fibers and objecs that hold meaning not those which can be simply purchased.
Instead of investing in yards of brocase drapery fabrice of ankle thick carpeting, Foley's approach is clean, spare and almost Shakeresque in simplisity and functionality. A place for everything and everything perfectly placed as she shows us the way of sisal underfoot, cotton curtains fluttering at widowsills, pitchers of wildflower, coverlets of lace, hand made soaps and thick terry toweling.
Foley has produced the kind of book so pleasant, peaceful and welcoming that you'll want to take out a mortgage and move right in.
Here is Fung Shuie for Western sensibilities.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
An older book, but still very viable for the look I'm going for in a predominately white home.Published 11 months ago by JUDE JACKSON
Front right hand corner had price sticker removed but the glue is there showing. I would return it but it costs more for shipping than its worth.Published 12 months ago by Patti Hill
A lovely book, great for inspiration! The clean design reminds me of New England homes. I can't wait to start decorating!Published on May 29, 2013 by Tia Maria Bednar
I came across this book some years ago at at furniture store, I love it and it has always been a apart of my home. Read morePublished on November 21, 2006 by Cheryl L. Patterson
Colors/pigments originate from toxic heavy metals such as lead being red; purples or violets may contain both mercury and lead; yellow and orange may contain cadmium. Read morePublished on April 16, 2003