Dreamscapes is a stunning collection of over fifty of the world’s most beautiful gardens from across the globe, photographed by internationally renowned and awarded photographer Claire Takacs. Dreamscapes includes many gardens designed by famous designers such as Piet Oudolf, Paul Bangay, and Spanish designer Fernando Martos among others, with photographed locations including Australia, New Zealand, UK, USA, Europe and Asia. This book will astound and delight you with the diversity and creativity of the gardens featured, all portrayed at that rare moment when they are at their most stunning. Iconic gardens included are the stunning Welsh garden Dyffyryn Fernant, Australia’s Cloudehill, Martha Stewart’s private garden, the beautiful Edwardian idyll of Bryan’s Ground in Herefordshire, the former home of Vita Sackville-West, Long Barn in Kent, the naturalistic French garden of Le Jardin Plume in Normandy, Hermannshof in Germany at the forefront of planting design, and Kenfokuen one of Japan’s most beautiful public gardens
Published October 2017
A beautiful home doesn’t rest on great design alone – it’s shaped by the people who live there. That relationship is what raises these gorgeous, eclectic houses above their undeniably attractive facades. With her trademark enthusiasm, Megan Morton invites you into her favourite homes with personality, and introduces us to the personalities who call them home.
Behind the quirky details, beneath the vintage finds and between the creative clashing you’ll find hints for shaping beautiful corners, rooms and moments all of your own. More than a window into inspirational homes around the world, It’s Beautiful Here will make you stop and recognize that here, right now, there’s something beautiful
Hardcover. Published May 2017
Garden centres and flower shops are two of my favourite places in the world I feel calm the moment I walk in. The scent of the flowers, the greenery, the wholesome wooden tools, the exotic orchids… Throw an antique shop into the mix and Im in decorating heaven. -Willow Crossley. Learn how to make beautiful, nature-inspired, decorations and arrangements with The Art of Living with Nature. Divided into five separate chapters: Woodland, Flora, Fauna, Edibles and Beach, The Art of Living with Nature contains 50 innovative ideas to decorate your home, ranging from hellebores displayed in test tubes to wreaths made from hydrangeas. Filled with tips and useful techniques to make the most out of your blooms, there will be a project to suit every occasion whether you need napkin rings made of sea urchins, a stunning display of spring narcissi planted in wooden wine boxes, or a stylish wall display of antlers and feathers. By combining her passions for the great outdoors and natural beauty, Willow provides instructions about how to make the most of your flower-shop purchases, beachcombing bounty, homegrown harvests and hedgerow finds
Published April 2017
Hardcover: Published October, 2017
Wander Love: Lessons, Tips and Inspiration from a Solo Traveller
Author Aubrey Daquinag is a travel blogger and photographer, with a dedicated following through her website The Love Assembly. Wander Love takes her world of travel, Instagram and brand collaborations, and presents it in a fun and colourful 'lookbook' format.
The book features Aubrey's incredible photography and travel information on the latest exotic locations, including Morocco, Colombia, and the Philippines. It serves as a guide for these destinations, but also as a guide for other young tech-savvy travellers looking to travel in style and document their experiences. There are tips on how to stay stylish while on the road, how to upgrade your travel photography skills, and helpful travel advice for solo female travellers; along with an insight into the tools needed for running a travel blog and a deeper look into the essence of travelling creatively, curiously and mindfully.
Wander Love is the perfect mix of style, substance and travel adventures to inspire your own.
About the Author
Born and raised in Australia, yet ever so curious about the world, Aubrey Daquinag took her love for photography to start The Love Assembly, a travel and lifestyle blog dedicated to inspiring young women to live a more creative and curious life. This led to many adventures on the road travelling while working remotely, and photographing destinations for tourism boards and travel publications.
After just 18 months of being live, The Love Assembly quickly received worldwide recognition for the quality of its travel content. Aubrey then partnered with Condé Nast Traveler in New York as the first contributing Australian travel and style blogger. As an experienced solo traveller, Aubrey sees and uses travel not as a holiday, but as a form of self development and personal growth; attracting, empowering and speaking to young women who are in the midst of becoming.
Published April 2018