Art of the Heart #ad - Here are more than 250 examples of the heart in exquisitely crafted silver and myriad other materials, doing what it does best―capturing our hearts! Mary Emmerling is the best-selling author of more than 25 books. She authored art of the Cross and Art of Turquoise with Jim Arndt. We wear it around our necks and on our classy cowgirl boots; it enhances our horse gear and saddle bags; it distinguishes our style from head to toe and lavishes our home with love and sweetness.
She hosted hgtv’s country at home show, worked as the decorating editor for House Beautiful, and was editor-in-chief of her own Mary Emmerling Country Magazine for the New York Times. She was the creative director of Country Home Magazine for ten years. He lives in Santa Fe.
Art of TurquoiseGibbs Smith #ad - Mary emmerling is the maven of American country style. In honor of the color of calm. Southwest jewelry is now valued and collected around the world. Photographs of collectible pieces reveal what the attraction is about. Turquoise and silver is an icon of the American Southwest. And beyond jewelry, the color turquoise appears throughout the Southwest in architecture and decoration.
He lives in Santa Fe. Her most recent book is Eclectic Country. Jim arndt is author of how to Be a Cowboy and photographed Art of Turquoise as well as several Cowboy Boot books. Gibbs Smith Publishers. For generations, jewelry shops and antiques stores, people have ogled these gemstones in pawn shops, looking for a special piece of Native American jewelry that speaks to their heart.
Art of Turquoise #ad - Whether in shades of pale aqua or deeper aquamarine, blue or jade green, Mary Emmerling reveals that the collector's hunt is about color. She is the author of Art of Turquoise plus a series of books on American country decorating. She divides her time between Santa Fe and Phoenix. After all, it's the color of calm.
Mary Emmerling's Romantic Country: Style That's Straight from the HeartClarkson Potter #ad - In mary emmerling's romantic country, she shares her secrets for creating romance where you find it and bringing touches of charm to any setting. From an enchanting cottage in los angeles to a young family's bungalow in Tucson, a high-rise in Houston to a tiny shack on Long Island, Romantic Country is filled with more than 250 lush photographs that offer an abundance of ideas for making any home more nurturing, pampering, and inviting.
Used book in Good Condition. Mary emmerling's approach to american country style has always revealed the heart of a romantic: cozy, inviting interiors brightened with bouquets of vintage florals; all-white bedrooms and pampering baths; the sensual glow of candlelight and the fragrance of Casablanca lilies.
The "romance a to z" section highlights elements that instantly create intimacy, such as window seats, ceiling fans, chaise lounges, canopy beds, clawfoot tubs, fireplaces, big snuggly sofas, dressing tables, and more. Let romantic country show you the way to create a happier, after all, prettier, more relaxing refuge—because, whose life couldn't use a little more romance? Gibbs Smith Publishers.
Mary Emmerling's Romantic Country: Style That's Straight from the Heart #ad - Mary's is not a clichéd, conventional take on romance, but a clean, updated take that's inviting to men as well as women, modernists as well as sentimentalists. And irresistible lists throughout the book reveal "no-fail ingredients for Romance, " "A Sound Track for Seduction, cocktails, movies, " and "The Most Romantic Getaways Stateside, " as well as the sexiest cars, and much more.
. Mary even shares her own wonderful love story, which inspired this book, as well as a directory of her favorite stores and resources for romantic furnishings and accessories across the country.
Eclectic CountryGibbs Smith #ad - Mary emmerling is an iconic innovator of American Country style. Used book in Good Condition. Reed davis is an editorial and commercial photographer living in Los Angeles and New York. Gibbs Smith Publishers. In this memoir/design book, emmerling takes her readers sleuthing and partying at Round Top antiques fair; reminisces on her days at Mademoiselle, House Beautiful and other top magazines; shares oodles of her favorite things; and shares personal, fresh country decorating in her own home and those of a few close friends.
She has authored 30 previous books, heart, design, Turquoise, and Buckle and most recently The American Flag: Art, including Art of the Cross, Skull, Fashion. She lives in Scottsdale, Arizona. Gibbs smith.
Mary Emmerling's American Country HeartsClarkson Potter #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Gibbs smith. Gibbs Smith Publishers. A charming gift book by two of potter's best-selling authors, which celebrates the varied uses of the heart motif in American handcrafted country antiques, from cookie cutters to chairs. 120 full-color illustrations.
Mary Emmerling's American Country CottagesClarkson N. Potter, Inc. #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Full-color photographs. Gibbs Smith Publishers. Gibbs smith. Mary emmerling and photographer joshua Greene ventured across America and found decorating ideas and housekeeping solutions that will prove delightful and useful to anyone who enjoys living informally and intimately in small spaces.
This beautifully illustrated book explores the charm of 24 country and seaside cottages from Key West to California.
Art of the SkullGibbs Smith #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Mary emmerling is the best-selling author of more than 25 books. She authored art of the Cross and Art of Turquoise with Jim Arndt. 250 fun and fabulous depictions of a pop-culture icon from day of the dead to motorcycles and the “sickest headphones”―skulls rule! Laugh at Death over and over again through more than 250 fun, in the parlor, zooming out of the garage, fabulous pictures of skulls in action―on the dance floor, dangling from silver chains.
Gibbs Smith Publishers. These artisan-designed skulls range from heavy metal to granny-sweet dancing skeletons for wearing, decorating homes, scaring up shivers, and attracting a gawking crowd at every turn of the head. She now lives in Santa Fe. She was the creative director of Country Home Magazine for ten years.
Art of the Skull #ad - He lives in Santa Fe. Jim arndt is the author of how to be a Cowboy and photographed Art of the Cross, Art of Turquoise, and several Cowboy Boot books. She hosted hgtv’s country at home show, worked as the decorating editor for House Beautiful, and was editor-in-chief of her own Mary Emmerling Country Magazine for the New York Times.
Art of the CrossGibbs Smith #ad - Illuminated by succinct text that discusses the cross throughout history, this simple yet powerful book captures this timeless symbol. Gibbs Smith Publishers. This iconic symbol predates christianity in cultures around the world, and has been used as a religious symbol and as an ornament from the dawn of civilization.
Crosses have been found in almost every part of the old world, celestial states of being and the horizontal bar represents the lower, to India, from Scandinavia where the Tau cross symbolized the hammer of the God Thor, where the vertical shaft represents the higher, earthly states. Gibbs smith. Used book in Good Condition.
Art of the Cross #ad - Art of the cross celebrates one of the world's most recognized ancient symbols-the cross.
Country Living Salvage Style: Decorate with Vintage FindsHearst #ad - Used book in Good Condition. By reclaiming honest materials and collectibles, large and small, you can infuse your home with warmth, all imbued with their own history, charm, and individuality. Plus, the editors share best practices for bargain hunting and obtaining the most desirable cast-offs, such as antique beams and weathered barn wood.
Country Living Salvage Style: Decorate with Vintage Finds #ad - Stunning photos of every room, along with imaginative ideas from homeowners, will spark your creativity and give you an eye-opening perspective on the decorative potential of “trash. Gibbs Smith Publishers. Let the experts at country living show you how to find and make the most of discarded treasures, such as old windows, barn doors, metal military desks, factory lamps, mailroom filing cabinets, and hand-forged iron hooks.
Salvage style—decorating with repurposed and vintage items like wicker furniture, cast-iron tubs, polished marble, and even tractor seats—has become a chic way to create unique, industrial pendant lights, personal rooms. Hearst. Gibbs smith.