Romantic prairie style : homes inspired by traditional country life / Fifi O'Neill ; foreword by Christina Strutt, Cabbages & Roses ; photography by Mark Lohman.
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- ISBN: 9781782493280
- ISBN: 178249328X
- Physical Description: 160 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
- Publisher: London ; CICO Books, 2016.
Originally published in 2011 by CICO Books.
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Introduction -- Traditional prairie -- Romantic prairie -- Vintage prairie.
It's a style inspired by the honesty of homespun materials of the past, wedded to a flair for the present. It's history retold and all about the enduring connection between people and places.
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