Still invites readers to take on the philosophy of the SLOW movement: Living Sustainable. Local. Organic. And Whole.
Our homes are ideally placed to support and promote this philosophy, through everything from the materials we source in construction to how we fit-out and furnish them. The choices we make don’t have to be at the expense of creating a space that feels warm and welcoming, though. Instead, it can actually make us feel better about how and where we live.
This beautiful book explores the homes of twenty people from around the world – across four continents and thirteen countries – enlightening readers as to why they chose the SLOW path and how it has benefitted their lives. There is no one way, but many paths that are leading to more awareness and a greater conversation.
Still is the follow-up to Natalie Walton's highly successful first title This is Home, and once again features location photography by Chris Warnes.
The Art of Gifting Naturally
The Art of Gifting Naturally is a unique and contemporary guide to the joy of making gifts by hand. Inspired by the seasons, Angela Maynard showcases more than 25 inspiring projects that are easy to make and perfect to gift to friends and family.
From soothing skincare and fragrance to jam-making and natural dyeing, Angela shows us ways to reconnect with nature and reflect its importance in gift-giving. Consideration is also paid to the ways to wrap your gifts, such as doing away with plastic in favor of reusable materials.
With a focus on sustainability, slow-living and mindful crafting, The Art of Gifting Naturally is a timeless book to be enjoyed and shared with loved ones.
Oasis by IO Tillett Wright
Welcome to the desert. Welcome home. This visually stunning tour of the world’s most amazing desert homes will inspire you to create an oasis with “desert vibes” wherever you are.
Creatives are drawn in by the extreme landscapes and limited resources of the desert; in fact, they’re inspired by them, and the homes they’ve built here prove the power of an oasis. From renovated Airstreams to sprawling, modern stucco, desert has become the new beachfront.
In Oasis, artist iO Tillett Wright captures the best of this specific culture that emphasizes living simply, beautifully, and in connection with the earth. He highlights the homes that define this desert mindset, featuring the classics like Georgia O’Keefe’s in Abiquiu, New Mexico, alongside more modern homes such as Michael Barnard’s Solar House in Marfa, Texas. With Casey Dunn’s stunning photography, Oasis will transport you to these relaxing refuges, where you’ll learn what elements create the balance of intentionality, ease, style, and function that these homes exude.