So I am stoked to be one of the first to give you all a sneak peek at this exciting new book project by photographer Larnie Nicolson and interiors writer and stylist; LeeAnn Yare. I am lucky enough to have had the opportunity to check out New Zealand Interior Style myself and I can vouch for its weightiness, beautiful stock, delicious book smell (vital!) and most importantly – the terrific cross section of New Zealand homes featured. It takes you from the wildly bold Marlborough home of designer Alex Fulton, through restrained and minimal city spaces, modern rustic family houses and edgy, eclectic bases like that of the owners of clothing brand; Federation. Its inspiring to see the vast differences in style that kiwis cultivate and I think looking back through this book in 50 years will give quite an incredible slice of our nations nests in 2013.
New Zealand Interior Style officially goes on sale on Friday 27th of September however pre sales are available collected.co.nz and all orders prior to the launch will receive a signed copy and gift with purchase!
To celebrate the official launch at BLOC on Wednesday the 25th I have a double VIP invite to the launch which includes a surprise prize pack from Collected valued at $200!**
annnd from all the FB and blog entries we have a lucky winner drawn at random.
Congratulations Sarah Lock!
To enter :
– On the blog: in the comments below let us know “what is the most recent item you have purchased for you home”?
(kind of interested to know more about decorative/design based things as opposed to new toilet brush or cheese grater…)
– On Facebook: Look for the NZ Interior Style book cover posted to the Studio Home Facebook page and answer the question in the comments below it.
One entry per person. Enter only if you are able to attend on that evening. Competition drawn at random on Monday 23rd September after 6pm.** conditions are: prize pack as selected by Collected, to be redeemed on the evening of 25th September only, and no exchanges or substitutes allowed. Left to right: Photographer Larnie Nicolson and writer; LeeAnn Yare