stylist sibella court has only one rule: seek out beauty and meaning in everything, then embrace and display it.
i bought her book, etcetera, last week and i have not been able to put it down since. the book combines contemporary elements with antiques and junk-shop finds, textile fragments, wallpapers, collectables and ephemera to create rooms full of colour, texture and imagination, which could not fail to inspire you.
as sibella puts it, “this book is about slapdash styling and deconstructed decorating solutions.” organised into chapters based on 10 different colour palettes, sibella shares her trade secrets and encourages you to open your eyes to nature, history, fashion and textiles to find fresh and original ideas to inspire your home.
this is a book which begs to be read from cover-to-cover, over-and-over, each time delivering new ideas and fresh inspiration, encouraging you to develop and define your own personal interior style. if you’ve ever looked at the pile of junk gathering dust at the back of your cupboard, buy this book.
seriously, it will transform the way you look at your home forever.