Love Where You Live: At Home in the Country
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Design expert Joan Osofsky of Hammertown Barn, a popular lifestyle store, shares her in-depth knowledge on stylish modern country living with a collection of creative ideas and real-life tips for making your home warm and welcoming. Joan Osofsky’s liberating philosophy about cozy and comfortable living in rural settings and ideas about how to achieve a modern country look are exemplified in the charming and inviting houses from across the Hson Valley and New England that are profiled in Love Where You Live. Full of practical decorating tips and easy and casual hosting ideas, this book features a range of traditional and contemporary house styles that are truly inspiring for today’s informal country lifestyle—airy, minimalist living rooms look out onto the lush countryside; a rustic tiled floor shines through a sleek glass-topped table of a dining room; a welcoming, roaring log fire warms a great room with rough-hewn beams. Each embodies a shared aesthetic that is all about good design, a relaxed lifestyle, and an authentic sense of place and personality. This beautiful book shows us how to make our homes reflect the passion, the unique vision, and the soul of the people who reside there.
About the Author
For nearly thirty years, Joan Osofsky’s work as a retailer and style expert has been defined by her mantra, "Love where you live". It is what animates her work with customers of Hammertown Barn, the three Hson Valley– and Berkshire-based independent lifestyle stores she owns and operates. Hammertown Barn has been featured in Country Living, Travel & Leisure, and the Daily Beast, among many other print and online publications. Abby Adams is the author of several books, incling The Gardener’s Gripe Book. Mary Randolph Carter is an author, photographer, designer, and longtime creative director for Ralph Lauren. Photographer John Gruen specializes in interiors. His work has appeared in many books and magazines.
- "This book is brimming with creative ideas and real proven tips on creating the feel of a chic yet cozy country retreat in your own home. Not just for the traditional and folksy country living fan, there are ideas to inspire a wide range of tastes that all embrace the warmth and ease of the chicest country homes.” ~The zhush blog
“…a collection of creative ideas and real-life tips for making your home warm and welcoming…Osofsky’s liberating philosophy about cozy and comfortable living in rural settings and ideas about how to achieve a modern country look. Full of practical decorating tips and easy and casual hosting ideas, this book features a range of traditional and contemporary house styles that are truly inspiring…” ~Editor at Large
“Osofsky and her collaborators understand and appreciate the nuances of rural living and they’ve assembled a book that celebrates and deconstructs modern country style.” ~Rural intelligence.com
“…this volume will give both amateurs and professionals inspiration.” ~Library Journal
“Love Where You Live has long been the down-to-earth mantra of Joan’s stores, and it’s no wonder that her book is the new go-to resource for easygoing décor that also reflects the interests—and the soul—of the people who live in it.” ~FreshAmerican.com
“This is a book where every amazing room will thrill you with the love and thoughtfulness it exes.” ~Art by Karena Blog
“The very best thing about Love Where You Live is that it beautifully illustrates that country living isn’t just about one sense of style or adhering to "rules.” From lovers of the uber-traditional to those with more modern tastes, anyone can be at home in the country. Even those without the country on their radar can use Joan’s tips to recreate their houses and love where they live.” ~DesignChic Blog
“They share in-depth knowledge on modern country living with creative ideas and tips for making a home warm, welcoming and authentic.Love Where You Live is an excellent look book filled with wonderful ideas for you to take away and make your own, whether you have a country house or a city home.” ~The Visual Vamp
“Osofsky shares in-depth knowledge on modern country living with creative ideas and tips for making your home warm, welcoming and authentic.” ~Finderskeepersmarketinc.blogspot