- Hardcover: 304 pages
- Publisher: Potter Style (October 13, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9780804186278
- ISBN-13: 978-0804186278
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- Average Customer Review: 239 customer reviews
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"Everyone's favorite design doyenne, HGTV's Emily Henderson shows you how to think like a stylist in your own home, offering tips on how to edit down your collection of stuff, arrange a perfect vignette, and find new uses for old things—all without breaking the bank. Start with her home style quiz, then get to work." -Lonny
"Styled takes rooms and vignettes that could seem hopelessly enigmatic and breaks them down, bit by bit, to give readers ideas and explanations and the tools to recreate or even just understand why something is placed the way it is and why it works. [Emily] is funny and informal, chatty and, perhaps most importantly, she is accessible. The lady’s got a an eye." -Justina Blakeney, author of The New Bohemians
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"Styled will help you edit your home and find your inner stylist." -Good Housekeeping
"Henderson, HGTV Design Star winner, offers her tips for making the rooms in your home look like the ones in magazines. You can have all the right colors, furniture and organization, but without a few styling tips, it may still fall flat. First Henderson helps you figure out your style (are you seventies or traditional? Modern glam or bohemian?) then after hipping you to a few industry terms, she takes you through 10 easy steps to transform your rooms. A final room-by-room guide helps you find style secrets that work with each space." -The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
About the Author
Emily Henderson is a stylist, interior designer, TV host, and Editor in Chief of the daily website Style Emily Henderson, which Apartment Therapy named the Best Home Design & Inspiration Blog of 2014. Her work has been featured in InStyle, House Beautiful, and domino. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, son, and daughter.
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The Toolkit starts with a survey that can help you define your own style. For myself, I found that 18 out of 20 questions were answered as ‘none of the above’. Also, the questions included very specific references that people may simply not be aware of. Following the survey she provides a one or two page description for a dozen styles. I could not relate to any of her descriptions or pictures, and would not recognize my own design style for any of them. As a reference, I consider my style as traditional-eclectic. By this I mean that I have a strong preference for traditional decorating, however, I have multiple other styles included in my home: country (currently trying to reduce but not remove), Arts and Crafts, Mid-Century Modern (inherited), Glam (not necessarily Modern Glam), and Transitional. Neither Arts and Crafts nor Transitional styles are mentioned in this book, and I could reference several others that are also missing. The result for me was that there was nothing in this section that would help me identify my preferred styles. Luckily I already have some awareness! I found little of help in the rest of the Toolkit section – most of it was very basic and I think there are other books that do a better job of defining use of color, focal points, and mood. I did find her information on organizing a vignette and her various examples were interesting to look at and read about. In general, the photos in the book are very well done.
Following the Toolkit, the Secrets for Every Room is broken into 4 chapters: Living Rooms, Kitchen & Dining, Bedroom, and Entryway / Corners / Creative spaces (last three combined into one chapter). As mentioned in previous reviews almost all of her photos are mid-century modern or boho. Based on my preferred styles, I found very little to relate to and quickly paged through those sections.
If your style runs more towards mid-century modern or boho, you may love this book. If your preferences run more towards other styles, you may find little in this book to interest you.