Fab new book: Maker Spaces by Emily Quinton

I'm often being asked to recommend interior books, which is why I'm so excited to be invited to participate in the blog tour for Maker Spaces by blogger, photographer, mother and maker Emily Quinton. Featuring creative interiors from the homes and studios of inspiring makers and designers, the book is totally up my street. Whenever I hear the words 'illustrator', 'artist', 'set designer' I pretty much know their home is going to be fab. And Emily has compiled a lorry load (13 to be precise) of beautiful homes, studios and ateliers of this kind in one place - Maker Spaces! Described as a 'visual feast of ideas for home styling and decor from inspiring makers and designers' the book covers everything from a super-trendy East London studio to a San Fancisco apartment. Here's a sneak peek.

Images taken from Maker Spaces by Emily Quinton, photography by Helen Cathcart, published by Ryland Peters & Small rrp £19.99

The book includes oodles of examples of incredible things the talented owners create, as well as gives ideas of how to re-create some of the details you see in your own home. We like!

See other interior design books I love here. And in case you missed them - a few Scandinavian maker spaces I have gathered here on My Scandinavian Home include the home of a Swedish designer, ceramicist and fashion designer. Oh so beautiful.

PS Don't forget to stop by over the weekend to enter my fab Easter give-away - I think you're going to love the prize!

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