|Book signing by Grace Bonney of Design*Sponge|
In a good way, my world has been turned around lately and I'm just getting my sea legs (so to say)! I am busier than ever, so I'm sorry for the few weeks delay in posting again. Well, right back at it:
Here's some details from the Grace Bonney book signing event at Anthropologie last Thursday night in downtown Seattle (thanks to a great friend who planned the night). In my 2 minutes (or less) speaking with Grace, we talked about music-- most specifically, about Wild Flag (so, of course; also about Sleater-Kinney and Portland). Here's a live Wild Flag video from a KEXP 2011 SXSW performance:
Back to the book. Wow, it's a behemoth! You could buy two of them and use them as weights to tone your arms. Once toned, give one copy to a friend so that you can compare favorite pages. You'll be on your own to figure how to keep both arms in shape-- yet you will be all the richer in the home design realm!
|A beauty of a book-- both inside and out! |
The Anthro version has 16 extra pages-
for a total of 406. Wow.
Anthropologie has the best design teams in their stores. I'm always blown away:
|Ascending the stairs at Anthopologie.|
|A haunting portait of a little girl in an Anthropologie dining room display.|
Let me know when you've picked up this new book, too. It's a keeper-- and will look so lovely on display in your home. Personally, I'm partial to that gold etching on the cover! Enjoy...