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Houses: Extraordinary Living by Phaidon Editors

The range of the homes in this book is simply stunning—from classically inspired dwellings made with traditional materials to modern angled masterpieces perched on cliffs. What is clear from this showcase of houses created since the early 20th century is that technology and innovation have allowed architects to push the boundaries of design and helped make their visions a reality. But what is present, always, is the profound interplay of each house with the environment in which it is built. - S.B.

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$59.95
ISBN: 9780714878096
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Published: Phaidon Press - May 8th, 2019

The Garden Chef by Phaidon Editors

This is an exciting look at over 35 gardens—from raised beds to roof gardens, urban community gardens to micro farms—of many of the world’s leading restaurants. Within its pages, chefs—including Alice Waters (Chez Panisse) and Magnus Nilsson (Fäviken)—share their growing methods (and recipes!) for the herbs, fruits, and vegetables that they nurture and maintain. For anyone who loves to both garden and cook, this book is pure inspiration. - S.B.

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By Phaidon Editors, Jeremy Fox (Introduction by)
$39.95
ISBN: 9780714878225
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Published: Phaidon Press - May 1st, 2019

Outer Order, Inner Calm and A Guide to Organizing and Realizing Your House Goals

If decluttering and getting organized keeps making your to-do list and never getting done, these books could be the inspiration you need to move from dreaming to doing. We know and love Gretchen Rubin for her book with the cheery title The Happiness Project, and she’s hooked us again with this one: Outer Order, Inner Calm. Ahhhh, already the invitation is irresistible. Open this book to any page and you’ll get a bite-size tip about how to start. She’s kind, practical, reasonable, and encouraging.

If you’re a “before and after” picture junkie like I am, The Home Edit by Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin will appeal to your visually pleasing style. This book is broken into three simple sections: How to edit the contents of each area, how to set up the organization, and how to maintain the new systems. Shearer and Teplin assure you that if they can do it, you can do it. Seeing page after page of colorful “after” pictures with everything color coded, containers galore, and fancy folding is almost as good as seeing it happen in your own home. Whether you are aiming for a version of minimalism or just need that final push to clean some closets and make life simpler, these two books will get you started and see you through. - Jenny

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ISBN: 9781984822802
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Published: Harmony - March 5th, 2019

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$24.99
ISBN: 9780525572640
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Published: Clarkson Potter - March 19th, 2019

The Landscapes of Anne of Green Gables by Catherine Reid

This book is a beautiful portrait of Prince Edward Island and the forests, meadows, and fields that inspired Anne. Drawing from Montgomery’s archives, her letters and journal entries are interwoven with lush photographs of the place she called home. If you can’t visit Prince Edward Island yourself, this book is the next best thing. - Katherine

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ISBN: 9781604697896
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Published: Timber Press - March 27th, 2018

Garden Wild by Andre Baranowski

My favorite gardens are the wild, untamed ones that barely look like gardens at all, the gardens that reflect their local environment instead of fighting against it. This book is a celebration of just that. Andre Baranowski’s beautiful photographs take you on a tour of twelve gorgeous gardens that might finally inspire you to ditch your lawn for good. - Katherine

Homebody by Joanna Gaines

The popular HGTV show Fixer Upper might be over, but its designer Joanna Gaines isn’t leaving us high and dry. If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to use Joanna’s signature style in your own space (or wanted to get a room-by-room look at the Gaines’s own home), then pick up a copy of her new book. In Homebody, she shares her best tips and advice about creating a space that is warm and welcoming—and might just have a bit of shiplap and subway tile. This book is a must for Fixer Upper fans! - S.B.

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$40.00
ISBN: 9780062801975
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Published: Harper Design - November 6th, 2018

Dry Gardens by Daniel Nolan

Like so many, I made the move toward low-water gardening out of a feeling of responsibility, but what I didn’t expect was how much I would love the drought-tolerant plants and landscaping elements that came with it. Dry Gardens celebrates those elements, showcasing the hardscaping—paths, stonework, architectural elements—as well as plants (including sage, succulents, and cacti) in 25 public and private gardens. This is a gorgeous look at gardens that are perfect for our current and future water resources. - S.B.

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By Daniel Nolan, Flora Grubb (Foreword by), Caitlin Atkinson (Photographs by)
$55.00
ISBN: 9780847861262
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Published: Rizzoli - September 25th, 2018

How to Build a Shed by Sally Coulthard

Written in a friendly and relatable tone, How to Build a Shed is more than just another construction guide. It’s a practical balance between well-illustrated steps, detailed materials lists, and photographic inspiration that can be used to build a writing retreat, an art studio, or a quiet place to hang out. If you have a yard, tools, and patience, you can soon have a sweet little place all your own. - Megan

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ISBN: 9781786272836
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Published: Laurence King Publishing - October 23rd, 2018

Make Something Good Today by Erin & Ben Napier

Erin and Ben Napier have gained a huge following from their show, Home Town, remodeling houses in their small hometown of Laurel, Mississippi, but fans may not know that they worked hard to rebuild and strengthen their community long before they landed on HGTV. In Make Something Good Today, the Napiers share that story and their years-long commitment to using their carpentry and design skills to transform homes into personal spaces that are comfortable, beautiful, and bring joy and pride to the owners—which, in turn, has made their town prosper. The charm and ease of this creative couple, so evident on their show, come shining through on the pages of their book. - S.B.

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$26.99
ISBN: 9781501189111
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Published: Gallery Books - October 2nd, 2018

Ground Rules by Kate Frey

New gardeners will find so much to love (and value) in Ground Rules. Author Kate Frey (The Bee-Friendly Garden) distills her years of gardening expertise into 100 simple rules—like “be kind to your soil” and “plan for a long season of interest”—that will help beginners create a thriving garden. The layout of the book makes Frey’s advice easy to digest and not overwhelming, giving readers the confidence to get out there, get their hands dirty, and grow something beautiful. - S.B.

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ISBN: 9781604698787
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Published: Timber Press - October 30th, 2018

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