I love Nate... and his style. And boy is he sexy! Here is the goodreads description about this book:Let me start off by saying I love Nate. Yes I watched Oprah (and I miss that show) and I loved when Nate would be on it. I just love his style. I didn't read too much of this book.. I mainly looked at the pictures. Though I did read the beginning where he discusses losing his partner when they were in Sri Lanka and the tsunami hit. I remember watching Nate talk about it and it was devastating. He has moved on with his life though and today I actually read that he is engaged again! I am so glad he was able to move on with live and just be happy. Ok so back to this book. I didn't love the rooms that were featured in the book. Some of the art was a little out there. I want to look at books and see art I can afford and this just wasn't it. But I enjoy looking into other people's homes.
I love the theme though... does your home tell the story of who you are. YES ! My answer is YES! I have a wonderful home. I have a velvet Yoda picture hanging up that my dad brought home to me in the 80s when he was stationed in Korea. I have lots of art that my dad has brought me from the world. I have a cat stand for my babies that is ugly and matches nothing but it means something to my cats. I have Erte art hanging.. I love love his art. Just a mixture and I feel that it says this is me!! I am still waiting to do a photo wall. I think they are very important to have in every home. I love these ideas here:
I wouldn't recommend this book to other people as far as decorating. Pinterest is better for those of us on a budget. But I would recommend it though to read the parts about Nate and his experiences of where he is today.
The crystal ball says:
Rain is pouring... Not sure if this was really worth my time, must get umbrella.