Posted on October 13, 2020 by iwano@_84
Interior design books out this fall document one of the year’s strongest décor trends: color, and loads of it. Designers such as Mark D. Sikes, Markham Roberts, Katie Ridder and James Farmer all show a lively mix of color, pattern and style in their recent projects.
Every page is full of inspiration for your own projects, showing you how to mix and match — or not match at all — and love it.… Read More
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You’re staying at home more than you ever have, so there’s a good chance you’re getting annoyed by those little and big home renovation projects you’ve put off for years. Now that you have the spare time, it’s the perfect opportunity to transform your home into the oasis you’ve always wanted. The easiest way to do that is look to the experts with a genius home renovation book to guide you along the way.
From TV famous interior designers and home renovators to established pros in the home renovation industry, there are plenty of guidebooks to lead the way. Whether you want to do a mini bathroom renovation or overhaul your entire home, you can achieve any of these projects without the hassle. Ahead, check out the best home renovation books to make your dream home a reality.
Novelist and critic Rumaan Alam is the author of Rich and Pretty and That Kind of Mother. In his new novel, Leave the World Behind, a white couple in a rented beach house are unexpectedly joined by the black owners amid a coastal blackout.
The Past by Tessa Hadley (2015).
There’s a whole genre of novels in which a family gathers in their beloved country home and secrets are revealed. At first, Hadley’s book seems to be simply that. But gradually, subtly, it reveals itself to be something stranger. There’s a whiff of the surreal in this book, but it’s also grounded in real emotion; the result is both a puzzle and a delight.
Howards End by E.M. Forster (1910).
This is one of my favorite books, one I re-read every few years. Forster is writing of the city dweller’s romantic view of the country, while also (perhaps
That means that 57 per cent of people whose home loan deferrals were due to expire in September – some 22,900 borrowers owing a total of $8.7 billion – felt they were now in a position to meet their loan repayments.
As a result, the Commonwealth Bank has seen a gratifying improvement in its home loan book in the past month alone.
At the end of August, 9.8 per cent of its giant home loan portfolio (measured in terms of value) consisted of loans in deferral. By the end of September, this had dropped to 8.0 per cent. (This translates into some 93,000 home loans, with a combined value of some $37 billion.)
What’s more, October is likely to see a further steep fall in deferred home loans, with deferrals due to expire on some 52,000 home loans (worth a combined $20 billion).
If more than half of home loan