Design · For the Home · Julia P · Non-Fiction

The Perfectly Imperfect Home | by Deborah Needleman

The Perfectly Imperfect Home

The Perfectly Imperfect Home: How to Decorate and Live Well
by Deborah Needleman; illustrated by Virginia Johnson
(Potter Style, 2011, 256 pages)

My interest in interior decorating continues! The message of Needleman’s book is in line with how I feel – I want my place to look nice and put together, but I also want it to feel cozy and to quickly make people feel at home. Needleman offers tips on things you can do at home to make your place reflect who you are while also making it chic AND comfortable. The book is broken down in chapters that look at various elements like lighting and “cozifications” mixed in with chapters that are broken down by room. I got some good tips from her, especially when it comes to things like lighting and seating arrangements.

The Perfectly Imperfect Home didn’t offer as much new information as I’d hoped it would, it mostly just supported the mindset I already work with. That being said, this would make for a good introductory text if you’re looking at exploring changes at home. It will give you ideas while also helping you see that the changes don’t have to be huge to have an impact on how your home feels.

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