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The Principles of Pretty Rooms

by Phoebe Howard

Phoebe Howard, a well-known interior designer, shares her style secrets for creating charming rooms full of grace and charm.

The design worldโ€™s favourite Mrs. is back, with tried and true dรฉcor โ€œrulesโ€ and classic strategies for creating pretty, charming, and timeless interiors. Each chapter explores the colour palettes, fabrics, and unique little grace notes that make a room pretty, all while celebrating a warm, welcoming style. Mrs Howard, as usual, provides:

  • A plethora of inspiring examples.
  • Ranging from pretty rooms in townhouses.
  • Beach houses.
  • Country retreats to pretty-meets-grand-style in estates and manors.

She also gives tips on achieving the look, such as favourite colour combinations, fabric patterns, furnishings, and accessories that instantly transform a space. The majority of the projects have never been published, creating an irresistible guide for anyone who aspires to the signature Mrs: Howard look light, easy elegance, and pretty details.

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