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The Kinfolk Travel
Elements of Style
The Kinfolk Home
Interiors for Slow Living343
Interest in home design has been on the rise for some time, but Kinfolk's focus on slowing down and creating a more intentional, beautiful home is where the attention is shifting. Through luscious photographs and insightful interviews, the author takes us into 40 homes around the world, from the Americas to Europe, Asia to Africa, ending in Australia. The homes range from an old cabin in the woods to clean-lined modern apartments, from singles living in small spaces to sprawling, multi-generational houses in the country. Each will feel unmistakably Kinfolk.
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Nathan Williams first home-design book is as tightly curated as his wildly popular magazine, "Kinfolk." "The Kinfolk Home" features 35 diverse residences across five continents, each with owners who have created environs that are authentic to their values and living style. "C California Style Magazine" Advice on creating homes that foster community, center on simplicity and allow for slow living. "BookPage" Although slow living may conjure up visions of sparsely furnished interiors, many here illustrate crowded bookshelves, art-filled walls, and rooms populated with children and pets in close to 300 color photographs. VERDICT This handsome volume filled with visuals and advice shows how to create an environment surrounded by meaningful objects and designed to facilitate the enjoyment of life. "Library Journal" "
Kinfolk magazine is today's most popular and coveted indie lifestyle journal, selling 55K copies of each quarterly issue ($18 apiece), and with more social media followers on Instagram and Facebook than any other lifestyle brand. The team's first book, The Kinfolk Table, has sold 90K copies in print. Author Nathan Williams is the founding editor of Kinfolk magazine; he lives with his wife, Katie, in Portland, Oregon.Kinfolk magazine has its own distribution in Australia