By Kit Kemp
Kit Kemp plants that creative seed in Design Secrets, giving readers a new perspective on interiors and the confidence to be bold in their designs.
Design Secrets is a one-of-a-kind, vivid, and insightful masterclass that will become your go-to resource for top tips, dos and don’ts, and innovative ventures to make your living space feel new and exciting. It even comes with its own colouring book to help you experiment with new colour combinations.
Learn how to add character to your home by utilising the often-overlooked details, such as dado rails and curtain leading edges. Kit shares creative ways to bring personalised details to make your home as unique as you are, including celebrating raw materials, making a collection, and even adding a touch of magic.
Kit shares her ‘Dos and Don’ts,’ including how to hang art to tell a story and how to create your own signature Kit Kemp headboard. This chapter is a treasure trove of innovative ideas, with fun but practical guides on everything from how to use colour in design to how to light up a room to how to use found fabrics.
From retired sailor turned woodworker Colin Millington to renowned ceramicist Martha Freud, sustainable fashion designer Clio Peppiatt, and figurative painter Joe Fan, readers can delve into the creative minds of some of Kit’s favourite artists and craftsmen in ‘Meet the Maker.’
Kit hopes to awaken ‘the maker’ in every reader with a series of fun and creative projects to do at home in the final chapter, ranging from embellishing a shell mirror to painting candlesticks and a step-by-step guide to appliquéing a cushion.
The one-of-a-kind hand-illustrated colouring-in book encourages readers to reimagine some of Kit Kemp’s most iconic interiors, even allowing you to add your own personal flourish to the book itself.
Kit Kemp welcomes you into her vibrant world and reveals how to make interiors that captivate the imagination in Design Secrets.
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