Book Review: Love Where You Live (At Home in the Country)

A well-designed space can take on many forms and meanings. Here at Interior Canvas, a source for your interior design information,  it can be easy for us to get swept up in the latest finds, trends, ideas and looks of what everyone else is doing out there. But the reality is, a well-designed space should represent its owner and what they love. It should reflect life, its imperfections and its raw beauty.  This philosophy is well-represented in a new book, Love Where You Live: At Home in the Country. Written by Joan Osofsky and Abby Adams, Love Where You Live highlights the beauty in spaces that are stripped down, simplistic in form and most importantly--real representations of their owners. Profiling eighteen different country dwellings in the Hudson Valley and New England, Osofsky and Adams cleverly weave together personal stories, pictures, tips and ideas into an inspirational tribute to the soul of a home. Take a peek at some of the beautiful spaces photographer John Gruen captures in this 224 page book:

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If you love these images as much as we do, you'll be inspired by the rest of the homes Osofsky and Adams showcase. Find Love Where You Live: At Home in the Country  at your nearest local bookstore, or click here to order directly from Amazon.

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Special thanks to Megan Schumann at Rizzoli  for a copy of the book and all images included in this post.

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