"If you're ready to graduate from hand-me-down furniture and weekend trips to Ikea, then this book is a great place to start."
"Interior designer Meg Braff shares her personal style plus the essential design elements she thinks every room needs."
—Confetti Style Blog
"Speaking of fabulous books available for pre-order, Meg Braff, one of my all-time favorite interior designers, is releasing her first book, The Decorated Home: Living with Style and Joy, in April. I can hardly wait!"
—The Glam Pad
"Braff considers each client’s personal items and their placement throughout the home to be the final layer to creating happiness. 'Whether it is a piece inherited from family or just something you love, meaningful items bring great joy to every room—no matter where you live.'"
"Colorful and classic, her interiors are all about symmetry, successful use in mixing patterns and color, and the effective use of timeless vintage treasures."
"The importance of finishing touches, the little extras, can elevate a room's decor from good to great for gracious living... as this volume illustrates."
"In The Decorated Home, Meg shares her recipe for a spirited dwelling. Color and pattern are her main ingredients; an eclectic eye for layering rooms adds a finishing touch that is at once purposeful and personable."
—Southern Lady Magazine
"In her new book, designer Meg Braff shows us the transformative power of intense hues."
"It makes me want to redecorate my whole house!"
"In her first book, Braff takes her fans and followers by the hand and shares practical advice and trade secrets, like choosing colors and mixing patterns. Best of all, she shows us, in delightful, colorful detail, the versatility which has propelled her continued success in more than 25 years in the design world."
—The Glam Pad
"She can instantly transform a blank canvas into something fabulous by infusing it with her signature island palette of blues, aquas and mint greens."
"In her debut book, Braff shares with readers her upbeat design work that brims with color, pattern, charm, whimsy, and joie de vivre. While reading her book, I kept thinking how much of an "old-school" decorator Braff is, a term that I use as a compliment. There is nothing weird or outré about Braff's work. What is in evidence is Braff's enthusiasm for fabrics, furniture, and other tools of her craft, all of which she so obviously enjoys working with."
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