Rewild Your Home: Bring the Outside In and Living Well Through Nature

Category: Book
By (author): Harrison, Victoria
Subject:  HOUSE & HOME / Decorating
  HOUSE & HOME / Design & Construction
  HOUSE & HOME / Sustainable Living
Publisher: Quadrille Publishing c/o Chronicle Books
Published: April 2022
Format: Book-hardcover
Pages: 192
Size: 9.50in x 6.35in
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$ 42.99
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From The Publisher*Rewild Your Home offers ways to improve both your home space and headspace using elements and inspiration from the natural world.

By using simple biophilic design tips and weaving natural elements into your home, you can make your indoor living, sleeping and working areas more healthy, happy and relaxing. From wild swimming to forest bathing and wildlife gardening, being outside in nature can lift our spirits, refresh our minds and soothe our souls. And that essential connection to the wild can also be brought into your home.

From maximizing natural views, greening up windowsills and balconies and inviting wildlife up close, to the use of wild colors, materials and patterns, interiors expert Victoria Harrison looks at creative ways to link your living spaces to the outdoors. There are quick and fun projects sprinkled throughout, and plenty of practical ideas to inspire, whether you live in a rented urban apartment or a family home.
Biographical NoteVictoria Harrison is an interiors journalist and stylist who has been writing about homes and gardens for the past 15 years. She has contributed to a wide range of consumer magazine and websites. Victoria is the UK Editor of Houzz; she was on the judging panel of the Evening Standard Home Design Awards, and a guest judge at Grand Designs Live. Victoria's first book, Happy by Design: How to Create a Home That Boosts Your Health and Happiness, was published in 2018. A keen gardener, Victoria is passionate about the healing power of nature to boost our health and happiness and believes good home design should have nature, simplicity and wellbeing at its heart.