good reads: the curated home.
by victoria comment

8/21/18

the curated home book / sfgirlbybay

i long admired from afar the work of san francisco-based interior designer grant k. gibson before i ever had the pleasure of meeting him. he’s one of those talented people who exude charm and friendliness and whom you just want to get to know better. and his interiors are always filled with personal style and an eclectic mix of modern meets traditional. luckily for us, grant has a new book out, the curated home: A Fresh Take on Tradition and it’s definitely an addition you’ll want to acquire for your decorating library. grant’s style of decorating helps you Learn the importance of not just decorating with objects, but infusing your living space with items that have sentimental meaning in your own life.

the curated home book / sfgirlbybay

Each chapter of the curated home focuses on a different element of the home: foyer, living room, dining room, kitchen, bedrooms, kids’ rooms, and bathrooms and powder rooms and shares Grant’s design philosophy―and the questions you should be asking yourself―as you go about decorating your own spaces. his book includes design secrets, decorating tips, and how-tos providing further instruction, showcasing photography from Grant’s portfolio, his travels, and a vast collection of previously unpublished snapshots taken in the process of his design work, the curated home is home décor inspiration at its best. if you’d like to meet grant in person, check out his book tour schedule, and for more inspiration, follow him on instagram.

the curated home book / sfgirlbybay

the curated home book / sfgirlbybay

the curated home book / sfgirlbybay

the curated home book / sfgirlbybay

the curated home book / sfgirlbybay

the curated home book / sfgirlbybay

the curated home book / sfgirlbybay

the curated home book / sfgirlbybay

• photography via the curated home: A Fresh Take on Tradition.

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