Magazine

Book Review: The Meghan Method

Posted on the 30 June 2011 by Europeanchic1

Book review: The Meghan Method The office
Book review: The Meghan Method
I've finished reading The Meghan Method and, oh boy, am I inspired to start redecorating my abode straight away. The author, Meghan Carter, explains step-by-step how to become your very own interior designer and she manages to break down the process in her charming laid back style so that everybody can confidently become a bona fide interior designer. If you already know how to decorate the book still offers tons of useful decorating advice (that was at least how I felt).
There are lots of worksheets available to figure everything out including on how to find your muse, evaluating your room, how to stay on budget and how to find a contractor. I am smitten by her cute layout drawings (below) and her styling.
In case Meghan reads this: I am certain that I can be even more productive if I could move into the green office and blog from there! I'll take the desk on the left.Book review: The Meghan MethodThe breakfast room and parlourBook review: The Meghan Method
Book review: The Meghan Method
Book review: The Meghan Method Some of the many worksheets 
Book review: The Meghan MethodBook review: The Meghan Method
 The guest bedroomBook review: The Meghan Method
Book review: The Meghan Method
...and here is the Lady herself surrounded by her 'muses'!Book review: The Meghan MethodAll Photos: Brent Walter/Gem Multimedia

You Might Also Like :

Back to Featured Articles on Logo Paperblog

These articles might interest you :

  • Five Things I Loved About My Wedding – Kayleigh

    Five Things Loved About Wedding Kayleigh

    This is the fourth in a series of blog posts with a focus on those little things that make a wedding special. It is called Five Things I Loved About My Wedding. Read more

    The 24 May 2017 by   Wedincentralpark
    LIFESTYLE, WEDDING
  • Democracy and the Politics of Intolerance

    Democracy Politics Intolerance

    A democracy allows government to reflect the will of the people. Or does it? Here I would like to understand a bit better the dynamics through which radical... Read more

    The 24 May 2017 by   Dlittle30
    SOCIETY
  • Cable Girls – 1920s Era Women with a Modern Twist

    Cable Girls 1920s Women with Modern Twist

    Las Chicas del Cable – four women in 1920s Madrid – Cloche hats, colorful flapper frocks and bobbed hair. What’s not to enjoy about the new Netflix produced... Read more

    The 24 May 2017 by   Glamourdaze
    FASHION, LIFESTYLE
  • BADASS Art Journal Page - All of Me....

    BADASS Journal Page Me....

    Embracing all parts of me and surrounded by miracles - Art Journal PageI found a couple of passports photos of myself recently and I was criticizing them becaus... Read more

    The 24 May 2017 by   Realityarts
    CREATIVITY, SELF EXPRESSION
  • Dutch Apple Loaf

    Dutch Apple Loaf

    This Dutch Apple Loaf is my kind of cake, soft and moist,  and filled with juicy chunks of apple and pecan nuts.  For a lovely hint of sweetness I have... Read more

    The 24 May 2017 by   Shadesofcinnamon
    FOOD & DRINK, RECIPES
  • A Jumbo Passion Project

    The climber, facing away from the wall, gingerly peers over his toes to watch his sky-blue T-shirt flutter to the ground. He takes a deep breath, then turns in... Read more

    The 24 May 2017 by   Thervproject
    OUTDOORS
  • Top 3 Dim Sum Restaurants in Chinatown

    Restaurants Chinatown

    Chicago’s Chinatown is home to some of the best restaurants in the city. Sundays can be especially crowded in this area, usually around brunch, as dim sum, a... Read more

    The 24 May 2017 by   Urbanmatter Chicago
    TRAVEL