'Abigail Ahern's design aesthetic is as far removed from minimalism as you're likely to find. With unashamed magpie tendencies and a fondness for bold colour, her style is fearless and captivating. Her book is full of clever craft projects and top techniques to help you revitalise your space without breaking the bank, all enhanced by stunning photography featuring house projects she has worked on over the years.' --Image Interiors & Living, March 1st 2013
About the Author:
'We may have some way to go before we can recreate Abigail Ahern's inky-walled, fabulously eclectic interiors, but her new book brings a little wow factor to our own rooms and beats spring cleaning any day. It has nothing to do with money or trends, says the acclaimed interior designer, but is about buying the things you love and having the confidence to experiment. Abigail shares her top tips, from clever lighting to furniture placement, and explains how accessories can add instant chic - a few dahlias in a marmalade pot, for instance - and how we can use paint to banish the bland forever.' --Hello!, April 1st 2013
'The woman rocking the world of interiors.' --Style Magazine, The Sunday Times, March 24th 2013
'If you've painted a wall dark grey, dreamed of an outdoor fireplace or fallen for a quirky poodle lamp base, you'll be a fan of interiors stylist Abigail Ahern. Her new book is full of inventive ideas that don't cost a fortune.' --Sainsbury's Magazine, May 2013
'Tips for decorating with flairs, including book cameos and bookcase wallpaper.' --25 beautiful homes, August 2013
Designer, stylist, shopkeeper and author of the bestselling interiors tome A Girl's Guide to Decorating, Abigail Ahern is renowned for her eclectic, super-exuberant style, her original take on trends and a wholly practical approach to interiors. She is the owner of the eponymous London interiors store, designer of a signature product range, and co-presenter of Channel 4's hit makeover show Get Your House in Order. Established as one of the world's most exciting decorators, Abigail travels the globe transforming commercial and residential properties, sourcing beautiful finds, and blogging from the frontline of interior design at abigailahern.wordpress.com. She lives in east London with her husband Graham and their two dogs, Maud and Mungo.
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