Do you head to the local flea market at the crack of dawn each Sunday? Do you find yourself braking for every garage or yard sale sign in your neighborhood? Then this book is for you, or someone (similar) on your christmas gift list!

BOOK-GIVEAWAYA republishing of Country Living’s Your House, Your Home (2005), SIMPLE SUSTAINABLE STYLE (2012) is a journey through the personal photo album of former Country Living contributing editor and interior designer Randy Florke. The photos, many of which have been featured in Country Living over the years, showcase his relaxed design aesthetic – simple rooms brimming with country style and flea market finds.

Divided into chapters covering each space in your home, the book acts as a reference guide to inspire your own eclectic room design with simple budget conscious tips and Florke’s do’s and don’ts for creating a comfortable but elegant country space.

As a bonus the book includes many pictorial examples along with practical tips for displaying vintage collections – a design element common in country interiors. With an eye to color and form your early morning finds will give your home a sense of history without turning it into a would-be antiques store.

THE PERFECT HOLIDAY GIFT – LEAVE A COMMENT ON THIS POST TO WIN

Simply leave a comment telling me about your latest or favorite “previously loved” purchase and where you used it in your home. Leave your comment on this post or become a fan on Design Wotcha’s Facebook page¬†before the deadline -11:59 pm ET, Friday, November 30 – and you could win a copy of the book. US entries only, sorry. The winner will be randomly selected on December 1 and notified by email. The book will then be winging its way to you direct from the publisher (thank you Sterling Publishing for providing this giveaway) in time for christmas gifting.

UPDATE -¬†comments closed — Congratulations to Heather S winner of the book giveaway.

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One Response to “{book giveaway} simple sustainable style”

  1. My latest and greatest is this beautiful glass front door hutch from a thrift store that was BRAND NEW that I’m currently using in my dining room. Such a score! :)

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