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The natural home / Hans Blomquist; photography by Debi Treloar.

By: Blomquist, Hans.
Contributor(s): Treloar, Debi [photographer.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London, England : Ryland Peters & Small, 2019Edition: Revised edition.Description: 159 pages : colour illustrations ; 26 cm.Content type: still image | text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781788790857; 1788790855.Subject(s): Raw materials in interior decoration | Decoration and ornament, Rustic | Interior decorationDDC classification: 747 Summary: The Natural Home is a place where natural materials and motifs are the key elements of a decorating style that is a joy to live with and a joy to behold. Influential art director and stylist Hans Blomquist starts off by exploring the essence of his style. Firstly, Plants and Flowers celebrates the beauty of nature, botanical prints and pictures, and the cycles of the natural world. Display reveals Hans' passion for creating vignettes that showcase treasured pieces, while Color presents his favorite earthy palette, which provides the perfect muted backdrop for hits of brighter natural hues. In Texture, he revels in the textures and patinas of natural materials--scuffed wood, frayed rope, beaten metal, and bare stone. Finally, Hans shows how to use Fabrics to bring warmth and softness to any interior. In the second part of the book, The Natural Homes, through a series of case studies, Hans explores houses and apartments that showcase the beautiful simplicity and elegance of the natural look.
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Influential art director and stylist Hans Blomquist starts off by exploring the essence of his style. Firstly, Plants and Flowers celebrates the beauty of nature, botanical prints and pictures, and the cycles of the natural world. Display reveals Hans' passion for creating vignettes that showcase treasured pieces, while Color presents his favorite earthy palette, which provides the perfect muted backdrop for hits of brighter natural hues. In Texture, he revels in the textures and patinas of natural materials--scuffed wood, frayed rope, beaten metal, and bare stone. Finally, Hans shows how to use Fabrics to bring warmth and softness to any interior. In the second part of the book, The Natural Homes, through a series of case studies, Hans explores houses and apartments that showcase the beautiful simplicity and elegance of the natural look.

First published in 2012. This revised edition published in 2019 by Ryland Peters & Small.

Includes index.

The Natural Home is a place where natural materials and motifs are the key elements of a decorating style that is a joy to live with and a joy to behold. Influential art director and stylist Hans Blomquist starts off by exploring the essence of his style. Firstly, Plants and Flowers celebrates the beauty of nature, botanical prints and pictures, and the cycles of the natural world. Display reveals Hans' passion for creating vignettes that showcase treasured pieces, while Color presents his favorite earthy palette, which provides the perfect muted backdrop for hits of brighter natural hues. In Texture, he revels in the textures and patinas of natural materials--scuffed wood, frayed rope, beaten metal, and bare stone. Finally, Hans shows how to use Fabrics to bring warmth and softness to any interior. In the second part of the book, The Natural Homes, through a series of case studies, Hans explores houses and apartments that showcase the beautiful simplicity and elegance of the natural look.