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Interior Design

Style & Simplicity: An A to Z Guide Book to Living a More Beautiful Life

Ted Kennedy Watson got his start in the design and retail world when working as part of the creative team for Bill and Melinda Gates’s wedding. After opening a successful wholesale showroom—home to the Watson Kennedy Collection for clients such as Nordstrom, Barneys, and Neiman Marcus—he opened Watson Kennedy retail stores in Seattle. He lives in Seattle and is currently building a home in the Hudson Valley with plans to expand his retail business on the East Coast. Ted Kennedy Watson, acclaimed retailer, blogger, and stylist of the beautiful and unusual has a passion for the art of display and an understanding of how distinctive touches make a space inviting. Here, in a lush, lavish, A-to-Z guide (published by Sterling Signature), he presents dozens of insider secrets and ideas that will empower you to create a serene, harmonious home that delights the five senses. As the back cover says, “Let this inspiring book be a starting point for discovering things you love and integrating them into your beautiful life.”

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Interior Design

Home Rules Book

Transform the Place You Live Into a Place You’ll Love “Transform the Place You Live Into a Place You’ll Love” is the manifesto. And who does it is Nate Berkus, a successful american interior designer and regular contributoron The Oprah Winfrey Show, that even had his own TV show. His 2005 book- Home Rules: Transform the Place You Live Into a Place You’ll Love– is a step by step guide that will help you having a lovely home, decorated your own way. I must confess that I love this book. It will never get old or out of style. And why do I think that? Well, because this book have the personal touch and style of the autor, of course, but it is only a guide that will certainly help you having your own ideas, and getting your own especial space. This book emerged by Nate’s belief that everyone should love the way they live. I agree. That’s why I would strongly recommend it. See more at

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