We haven’t seen a copy yet as the book doesn’t hit the shelves until March. But the pre-release description does sound intriguing.
It describes retro as a ‘yawning gap between the antique and the new’, with objects and furniture that are ‘always original and unique’. The book aims to act as a guide to working with retro pieces in your home, how to combine, how to edit and how to put the unlikely and the unusual together in a ‘sympathetic way’.
It’s a 224-page book, published by Jacqui Small and available from 17th March 2016. You can pre-order now, with the book retailing for £30.