by Max Humphrey
DIY decor inspired by iconic patterns, classic fabrics, sentimental items, and the Americana style.
Max Humphrey celebrates modern Americana elements and demonstrates how they can drive personal decorating styles in traditional country settings, contemporary urban lofts, and everything in between. Humphrey gives readers the confidence to create their own stylish, one-of-a-kind spaces using items they collect, buy, inherit, or dumpster dive for.
Bandana Wallpaper, botanical prints, bunk beds, clocks, old maps, gingham and plaid everything, Pendleton blankets, camp vibes, and vintage signs are among the collectibles and DIY-ables featured in Max’s design and styling portfolio. The book includes design elements from a variety of Humphrey’s interior design projects from the East to the West coasts, including casual and thrifted furnishings and custom and high-end furnishings.
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