Complete with a resource guide for your decorative needs as well as pet needs (including adoption and rescue organizations), At Home with Dogs and Their Designers opens the door--from coast to coast, townhouse to beach house--allowing us to ...
Author: Susanna Salk
Publisher: Rizzoli Publications
Category: Dog owners
This is a unique inspirational book that merges the worlds of dogs and interior design, featuring stylish images alongside practical elements - a great combination that makes this a standout gift book of the season. At Home with Dogs and Their Designers will appeal to everyone who is taken by images of beguiling dogs and puppies in beautiful settings! Twenty-one top interior designers give advice and stylish tips for sharing a home with their canine companions, alongside delightful photography by Stacey Bewkes.
At Home in the English Countryside showcases a mix of glamorously bohemian and casually aristocratic country homes captured in original photography and lively text.
Author: Susanna Salk
Publisher: Rizzoli International Publications
An intimate celebration of British country life with all the hallmarks of how design and dogs are as intertwined as roses and Wellingtons. This dreamy look into some of the most beautiful country homes and gardens in England, lived in by many of Britain's brightest design stars and their dogs, is brimming with inspirations. At Home in the English Countryside showcases a mix of glamorously bohemian and casually aristocratic country homes captured in original photography and lively text. Presented are the striking and chic houses of several of Great Britain's top international designers, from Paolo Moschino and Kit Kemp to Anouska Hempel and Veere Grenney. Beloved canines of several sizes and breeds, among them whippets, Labrador Retrievers, lurchers, Cavalier Kin Charles spaniels, and Jack Russell terriers, are shown in their picturesque homes and gardens of fragrant flowers. The designers offer ideas on how to live stylishly with their dogs. Seen are dog collars (one of custom leather and green malachite), dog bowls of antique Spode porcelain, and chic and comfy napping spots. Anglophiles will be inspired by the lives of these designers, who are devoted to their canine companions.
With this in mind, Nicole set about setting up her instagram, Resident Dog, and now this book, Resident Dog Around the World, which showcases over 25 of the world's most amazing houses, and the dogs that live there.
Author: Nicole England
Publisher: Hardie Grant Books
As an architecture photographer, Nicole England found that the shoots she enjoyed the most were the ones where dogs were present - nothing lightens the mood like a nonchalant pup. However imposing the architecture, some doggy hijinks can immediately bring an element of sociability and fun. With this in mind, Nicole set about setting up her instagram, Resident Dog, and now this book, Resident Dog Around the World, which showcases over 25 of the world's most amazing houses, and the dogs that live there. Photographing dogs is not always straightforward, because they don't always cooperate! The result is that these images end up with a looser, more spontaneous style. Just as every home is different, so is every dog. The photographs showcase incredible, amazing architecture and capture the personality of the idiosyncratic personality of each canine. Take a wander around the world's most stunning homes, from Mexico to Sydney, London, New York and LA, with the home pooch as your tour guide. Each home will feature several photographs, and an interview with the architect or home owner.
Author: Ms Barbara E HendricksPublish On: 2013-06-28
After the age of ten they may often be the first to come home after school ... Children in small nuclear families have indicated that their dog or other pet ...
Author: Ms Barbara E Hendricks
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
10 years ago Barbara Hendricks brought together thinking from child development and child psychology perspectives on play with practical issues confronted by designers and policy makers. The result was a beautifully-crafted, well-illustrated guide challenging established notions of play provision. This second edition brings the text up to date from 2001 to 2010 with added discussion about new ideas for play area designs and what has not worked in the past decade.
They live with Mark Homewood, a creative force at Designers Guild, ... until they moved in together and wanted dogs to suit their then London-based life.
Author: Marianne Cotterill
Publisher: Random House
A house without a dog is not a home. Meet Gaspard the Dalmatian who hates the London rain but loves a good sing along to The Antiques Roadshow; jet-setting Rufus and Marni, two wire-haired dachshunds who can often be found sniffing out vintage finds in Brooklyn’s flea markets; or Jack Russell Ollie who enjoys the views of the Eiffel Tower from his gorgeous Parisian apartment. Featuring big dogs, small dogs, countless rescue dogs and even a few champions, these stunning photographs celebrate the joyful, cherished, chaotic, but never dull life that’s lived with dogs. Each image perfectly capturing that unique relationship between us humans and our beloved pets.
Since closing her store, she has happily worked as a designer for several ... Michele shares her Arizona home with her husband. a dog. and three cats.
Author: Jan Mollet Evans
Publisher: C&T Publishing Inc
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
If You Collected It, You Can Scrap It! Empty those shoeboxes and "junk" drawers, collect your photos, explore the attic-and create keepsake albums to display and share! 28 projects celebrate all the best days and special memories of your life. Scrapbook page ideas and full instructions from dozens of top artists. Complete materials lists including where-to-buy info. Don't keep your memories locked away any longer! Jan helps you sort, sift and select treasures to create amazing pages you can enjoy, display, and share. Step-by-step instructions and materials lists are included so you can re-create your favorite pages, or adapt the ideas for one-of-a-kind pages of your own.
Dogged Designers and Artists Create Dog Beds of illustrated books , has created a line of pet products . These consist of home accessories and furniture ...
Author: Ilene Hochberg
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
It’s a dog’s life...and we’d all love to live it! In her enchanting, elegantly photographed volume, Ilene Hochberg captures the alluring lifestyles of well-off pooches. These dogs sit in the lap of luxury, enjoying everything from filet mignon and organic biscuits to Louis Vuitton carriers and Coach leather coats. Some even have their own treadmill to stay slim and trim! Countless adorable pictures showcase poodles in lam�, lace, and pearls; Dobermans shod in paw-saving sneakers; and diamond-studded jewelry for Fido’s evening out. For owners who want to lavish some love on their dogs while spending less, there are also budget-friendly, bare-bones ideas.
Alexander McQueen, who learned his craft as a couturier in Saville Row, became one of London's most innovative and influential fashion designers, ...
Author: Milan Svanderlik
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A number of lives captured at a particular time creates a record that enables us to see just how the circumstances of Londoners are changing and evolving, though perhaps for the luckiest or unluckiest few, nothing ever seems to change very much. In addition to addressing the question, ‘WHERE do we live?’, perhaps the most obvious dimension of Londoners at Home, the project goes on to consider, through 64 topics, ‘WHO do we live with?’, ‘WHAT do we do?’, ‘WHENCE did we come?’, and ‘HOW are we different?’ and a wide variety of sitters has contributed to the substantial commentary that now offers extensive and illuminating answers to these existential questions. However, Londoners at Home always aimed to comprise wholly non-judgmental observations of some of the denizens of our vast, capital city and the accumulated images and stories have, as was originally hoped, built into a fascinating tableau of the way we Londoners live now, in the second decade of the 21st century. The Photographer, Milan Svanderlik, is a veteran observer of the extraordinary diversity and beauty of nature, people and life in general. Londoners at Home: The Way We Live Now is the final part of a major project, The London Trilogy. Part I, 100 Faces of London, was exhibited in central London in 2012, with Part II, Outsiders in London, following in 2015. Gerald Stuart Burnett was born to émigré Scottish parents in a small Cheshire market town. Graduating from the University of Stirling, he went on to the University of Nottingham before pursuing a long career in the Education Service. Gerald’s project role has been primarily as editor, painstakingly reworking the text of each ‘story’ into its current form.
And a dog doesn't cook, work or read in its Home, Sweet Home, either. To build a dog a ... doghouse designers can let their fantasv entirely off the lease.
Author: Manuela von Perfall
This comprehensive resource covers all elements of design relating to man's best friend. As dogs share our lives, it makes sense that they also share the best that design can offer. This book gives readers an elegant and entertaining overview of the finest doggie accoutrements. Feast your eyes on dog toys, leads, dishes, kennels, carriers and baskets. Of course, let's not forget grooming aids and dog clothing! From traditional to modern, there's design here to suit every canine personality.
And finally there's a special section telling the stories of the rescue dogs featured in the book, and highlighting the joy a rescue dog can bring to your life and your home.
Author: Geraldine James
Publisher: CICO Books
Category: House & Home
Stylish interiors and happy dogs make the perfect home. You may have the coolest home on the street, but a house is not a home without a dog. So how do you keep your interiors Instagrammable when you have a canine companion, with all the associated paraphernalia of feeding bowls, leads, beds, and toys? As a dog-owner for over 20 years, and a former home buying manager at Selfridge's in London, UK, Geraldine James is the perfect person to show you how to incorporate dogs into your life without sacrificing your style or their freedom to roam the house and backyard. Whether you live in the city, in the countryside, or on the coast, your home can still look good with a few careful compromises. Then there are the "designer" dogs – dogs belonging to designers whose beautifully curated homes are none the less canine-friendly. And finally there's a special section on rescue dogs, and the joy they can bring to your life and your home.
Presenting rooms by design stars such as Alessandra Branca, Miles Redd, Martyn Lawrence Bullard, and Mary McDonald, among others, The Power of Pattern teaches how to mix and match to make a house look effortlessly decorated.
Author: Susanna Salk
Publisher: Rizzoli Universe Promotional Books
Featuring interiors by today's top designers, The Power of Pattern shows how wallpaper and fabric designs can be used to elevate and personalize every room. Both a beautiful interiors book and a resource guide, it is the only patterns book on the market to feature such a wide range of work and diversity of styles. Best-selling interiors author Susanna Salk turns her focus to patterns, celebrating their versatility and creative possibilities, from a dash of colorful pattern in the entryway to the whimsy of a uniquely upholstered chair in the dining room or a luxuriously textured bedroom curtain. A practical primer on the many motifs available--Nature, Animal, Floral, Ikat, Chinoiserie, Stripes, and Toile are some of the chapters--this volume presents myriad versions of each, with inspiring examples of how to decorate with them. Salk also provides tips on how to use pattern in a particular space--for example, stripes create the illusion of a bigger room, and floral patterns look modern and bold (not fussy) when used on a big scale in bright colors. Presenting rooms by design stars such as Alessandra Branca, Bunny Williams, John Derian, and India Hicks, among others, The Power of Pattern teaches you how to mix and match to make your house look effortlessly decorated. And Salk's encouraging design tips give you inspirational ideas and practical tips, opening up a world of decorating creativity.
The Dementia Dog, assistance dog for the mind, one of five innovative ... a swim and then returns home to have breakfast with his grandchildren over Skype.
Author: Lorraine Farrelly
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Highlights how architecture needs to rise to the challenge of a demographic revolution As people sixty-five and older constitute an ever increasingly proportion of population in most industrialized nations, the design of housing and other built provisions needs to be rethought in order to accommodate this ever-expanding ageing population. How can far-reaching architectural solutions play a key part by creating sustainable cities for the changing profile of the population, reducing models of dependency for care and transport while creating opportunities for recreation, leisure and work? This issue reflects on the population challenges facing Europe, Australia, North America, and Asia, offering innovative responses to these problems on a practical and speculative level. Addresses a major social issue for architects, designers, and students Includes contributions from Arup Global Foresight + Innovation; Baronness Greengross, President of the International Longevity Centre-UK; Matthias Hollwich of HWKN; Jerry Maltz of AIANY Design for Aging; David Birbeck of Design for Homes; Edward Denison, Research Associate at University College London; Kathryn Firth of the London Legacy Development Corporation; Richard Mazuch of IBI Nightingale; architect Walter Menteth; author Jayne Merkel; architect, writer and researcher Terri Peters; Anjali Raje, Executive Director of International Longevity Centre-India and architect Radhika Vaidya; Robert Schmidt of the Adaptable Futures research group at Loughborough University; Sally Stewart of Glasgow School of Architecture; Mark Taylor of The University of Newcastle; and Katherine Wilkinson of RMIT Features architects including Amie Gross Architects, Ariktema, Dattner Architects, HWKN, Deborah Gans/Gans Studio, JJW Architects, Henning Larsen Architects, Michael Maltzan Architecture, nARCHITECTS, Nord Architects, PRP Architects, and Yanmin Zhou
The dogs in the audience, accompanied by their owners, observed the ... Designer Pooch's domain at Saks is tucked in Home Furnishings near Pata- chou on 3, ...
Indianapolis Monthly is the Circle City’s essential chronicle and guide, an indispensable authority on what’s new and what’s news. Through coverage of politics, crime, dining, style, business, sports, and arts and entertainment, each issue offers compelling narrative stories and lively, urbane coverage of Indy’s cultural landscape.
We're decorating experts and we represent a wide range of designers and ... can be offered in your home (usually $150, for a shelter-adopted dog $127.50) or ...
New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.
... and the whole family had worked in the stores, including my brother's wife. Mostly the bouquets were done by floral designers we hired, ...
Author: Claire S. Arbogast
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Claire and Jim were friends, lovers, and sometimes enemies for 27 years. In order to get health insurance, they finally married, calling their anniversary the "It Means Absolutely Nothing" day. Then Jim was diagnosed with cancer. With ever-decreasing odds of survival, punctuated by arcs of false hope, Jim's deteriorating health altered their well-established independence as they became caregiver and patient, sharing intimacy as close as their own breaths. A year and a half into their marriage, Jim died from lung/brain cancer. Sustained by good dogs and gardening through the two years of madness that followed, Claire soldiered through home repairs, career disaster, genealogy quests, and "dating for seniors" trying to build a better life on the debris of her old one. Leave the Dogs at Home maps and plays with the stages of grief. Delightfully confessional, it challenges persistent, yet outdated, societal norms about relationships, and finds relief in whimsy, pop culture, and renewed spirituality.
While the dog may be the child's best friend, children are not permitted to take their best friend to the playground. Think about creating a in every ...
Author: Barbara E. Hedricks
Category: Social Science
This title was first published in 2001. Architects, landscape designers, builders, gardeners and teachers have all at some time been called upon to design a play area. Unfortunately, this diversity has not resulted in a similar diversity of design solutions for this very problematic task. Despite a proliferation of "how to" books on this subject, playgrounds have remained virtually the same throughout the world since their creation over a century ago. This is not a "how to" design book. Instead, based on thirty years experience as a specialist play area designer, Barbara Hendricks details a radically new approach, applying cutting-edge thinking from child development and child psychology to find innovative design solutions, challenging the established notions of play provision. Covering key sociological, public policy, environmental and design issues, this book provides designers with an exploration of, and guide to, designing from a "child's eye" view of the world. Beautifully crafted and copiously illustrated with numerous examples of recently designed playgrounds, this book is not only stimulating and informative, but fun to read and seriously playful in itself.
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Author: Antoinette Gathers
Publisher: Antoinette Gathers
Category: Business & Economics
Have you gotten tired of going to work? Being around co-worker you don't like? Maybe you can't even get a job to be tired of yet because circumstances are hard! Whatever your reason is we all understand that we have to survive. I was always fascinated to learn that people I knew held at home positions. They make the same benefits, get paid even more than if they were to go into an office and waste gas. Most of these positions have 401k's and health plan benefits. I give you not an outline but actual links to over 100+ actively hiring companies that you can work right from the comfort of your own home. I also give some very useful tips. Plenty of BIG name companies are hiring right now as of DEC. 2019. While you can find some of this information on your own, you will likely run into scams. I have a quick tip to avoid those instances also. Don't miss out on this book if you want real employment that you can do from the comfort of your own home.