Never Stop to Think... Do I Have a Place for This

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Never Stop to Think... Do I Have a Place for This

Never Stop to Think Do I Have a Place for This In an age of picture perfect interior design best selling author Mary Randolph Carter celebrates her highly personal and creative approach to decor illustrating how to live stylishly with the many i

  • Title: Never Stop to Think... Do I Have a Place for This
  • Author: Mary Randolph Carter
  • ISBN: 9780847842353
  • Page: 259
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In an age of picture perfect interior design, best selling author Mary Randolph Carter celebrates her highly personal and creative approach to decor, illustrating how to live stylishly with the many items you want to treasure forever Mary Randolph Carter s newest book indulges our desire to surround ourselves with belongings that impart beauty and meaning to our lives WhIn an age of picture perfect interior design, best selling author Mary Randolph Carter celebrates her highly personal and creative approach to decor, illustrating how to live stylishly with the many items you want to treasure forever Mary Randolph Carter s newest book indulges our desire to surround ourselves with belongings that impart beauty and meaning to our lives Whether you are passionate about flea market thrifting, have a collection of pedigreed antiques, or simply find inspiration among the castoffs in your attic, this book is a tribute to making artful interiors with your acquisitions.With her trademark style and love of heirlooms and beautiful old objects, Carter delves into the interiors of real life tastemakers antique dealers, fashion designers, artists, and boutique owners to explore how our homes are the perfect canvas for our self expression In these pages, Carter curates a variety of unique interiors, from a couple who restores and displays antique textiles and china to an anglophile with an incredible library of vintage books to an artist who lives with the old photos and maps he uses in his work to an antique dealer known for having multiples of everything Carter muses delightfully on the universal desire to acquire while imparting her philosophy and tips for living creatively and integrating our passions stylishly into our decor Chock full of ideas and inspiration, this book exalts in the beauty of bounty and is sure to delight Carter s legions of fans.

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    One thought on “Never Stop to Think... Do I Have a Place for This

    1. Melki on said:

      It's true.I am a material girl. Old stuff, weird stuff, handmade stuffMORE is never too much for me. My house is crammed with stuff and everything I love is out on display for all to see; if it's not sitting on a shelf or table, it's hanging on the wall. The result looks more like a flea market/olde curio shoppe than a home, but bare white walls are just not my style. My philosophy has always been why hang one picture when there's room for a dozen?Most of the time, I love how it all looks. I lov [...]

    2. Jaye on said:

      Do not read this book if you are trying to downsize/donate/sell or otherwise get rid of some stuff. It encourages you to keep it and convinces you that you are right and the rest of the family isn't !I'd feel better about it if I were actually doing some of the projects envisioned years ago. Like some of the people in the book. When in doubt, glue stuff to bigger stuff ! I think I'm over it.

    3. Paula on said:

      This book didn't require much in the way of reading. It's basically sort of an interior design book with a lot of photos. I found it very interesting to look at, though I don't think that it really is my taste in interior design. The book is actually a collection in itself--each chapter showing how and what a different person collected. What was interesting was seeing what kind of things people chose to collect and live with. In many cases, a lot of it was collections of small items and intrinsi [...]

    4. Heather on said:

      Should be called, "How to display your collections" or "Random stuff you should probably throw out." But, seriously, this book shows that layer upon layer all kinds of hoarders can live with their treasures if they can manage to display them with some level of cleverness. Those who prefer streamline modern design will cringe at these rustic and steam punk looking rooms.

    5. Barb Wiseberg on said:

      I am a huge fan of Mary Randolph Carter and thoroughly enjoyed this book. In her newest book, she profiles a variety of different collectors, with great pictures taken by her son, Carter Berg.Mary, who is a creative director at Ralph Lauren, has a great sense of style and respect for all things old, unique and eclectic.A great gift for any collectors you know!

    6. Carol on said:

      If you have the collecting gene, you'll be in good company with the author and other collectors.

    7. Mitzi on said:

      It's her books like this that makes me love MRC - she loves STUFF and isn't ashamed to say so! Fun spaces to drool over never hurts either. ;)

    8. Heydi Smith on said:

      I was really excited about this book but it just didn't do it for me. It's a very good book but just not my cup of tea. I did enjoy the pictures though.

    9. Sandy on said:

      Lots of creative ways to display collections. The artists profiled have a keen eye for what they love and how to show them off.

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