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I'm so thrilled that Anita sent me a preview copy to read and review. The book is everything I hoped it would be. I've always loved Anita's blog, Cedar Hill Farmhouse. You likely have seen it or have pinned images of it to your "dream house" board on pinterest. Her photography is stunning and this is one of those books that I'll be leaving out on the coffee table so I can browse through it and be inspired on a regular basis.
Anita also gives you a go-to list of 19 decorating elements for creating a French farmhouse including chairs, chandeliers, baskets, and more. She then goes through the house room by room and gives tips for making it fit the style.
Also included are tips for shopping at auctions, Craig's list, antique stores, thrift stores, and several other places where you might find French decor. Love antiques? Anita shares her secrets for finding the best ones. And she also gives tips for tablescapes and entertaining, and shares the sources for much of her decor.
To get an even better sneak peek and purchase the book, simply click on the image below and click on the "Look inside" option. (affiliate link).
Today is the official release of the book and it's already on the "Best books of 2015 so far" list at Amazon. (In other words, if it's one that you want to own, I wouldn't wait to order it due to possible sellouts.)
I'm honored to be a part of the blog book tour for Anita. She's such a lovely, talented, and smart lady and I'm happy to help introduce this gorgeous book to you.
I hope you take a peek at the book. But be warned...you're going to fall in love with it like I did!
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