Cath Kidston's easy style conjures up a way of life that many aspire to but few achieve. Described in the Times as 'the other domestic goddess', and in the Daily Telegraph as 'the woman who made cabbage roses funky, and delivered nursery prints, polka dots and candy stripes to modern bohemia', her look is desirable and accessible.
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James Montgomery Boice addresses the importance of affirming biblical inerrancy. He explains what it means, why it should be believed (the Bible teaches inerrancy, Jesus taught it, the church has always believed it, and God's character requires it), and how to address objections to the doctrine (inerrancy is not important, the idea is not…
Tips for Vintage Style distills the essence from Vintage Style, giving you the ultimate book of interior design ideas for your home. Covering kitchens, bedrooms, bathrooms, sitting rooms and even home offices, Cath's practical and inspirational interior design advice will show you how the smallest steps can make the biggest differences. You will see the best ways to use up leftover wallpaper and fabric, discover how to make your bathroom a haven, get tips on the best places to find the best old furniture and kitchenware - in short you will learn how to create a home that will be the envy of all your friends.