Terry John Woods' Summer House
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Terry John Woods' Summer House

By (author) Terry John Woods , By (author) Kindra Clineff

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Summer House captures the feeling that summer evokes with memories that last beyond the season itself. In this book, author of STC's successful New Farmhouse Style, Terry John Woods explores the freedom of creating comfortable spaces meant solely for relaxing and entertaining. A summer house, cottage, or cabin is not encumbered with the necessities of year-round living. It is instead able to flourish with the sparsity of limited furnishings, kitchenware and electronics, and thus able to accommodate beautiful and thoughtful family treasures. Woods speaks to the reader with an honest approach and has simple design ideas that will transform a home. Accompanied by luscious photographs of summer house interiors and gardens, this book is sure to delight and inspire. As Woods says: "Summer homes lend themselves to the creation of quiet, comfortable spaces where time stands still." Readers who have enjoyed New Farmhouse Style and Woods's down-to-earth attitude will find renewed inspiration in Summer House.

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  • Hardback | 224 pages
  • 254 x 279.4 x 27.94mm | 1,587.57g
  • 15 Jun 2011
  • Stewart, Tabori & Chang Inc
  • New York
  • English
  • 200 colour photographs
  • 1584799242
  • 9781584799245
  • 574,392

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Terry John Woods' art career has evolved from painting, sculpting, garden and interior design, to writing style features in national publications. His folk art talents developed in the 1980s with his design and creation of quality vintage-style teddy bears. Woods' signature bears are now collected internationally and have been featured in numerous publications worldwide. His antiques shop and art studio are attached to Needham House in Shrewsbury, Vermont, the same farmhouse that his father and his father before called home.

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