Nomad

Posted on Tue, 13 Dec 2011 by midcenturyjo

Have you got your hands on ‘s new book yet? A feast of beautiful images, a veritable orgy of fabulous objects, Sibella’s latest is as stunning as her award winning . Image after inspiring image, tales of travels and of incorporating treasures into everyday life. It’s globetrotting and daydreaming from the comfort of your lounge chair. Life is so much more beautiful seen through Sibella’s eyes. is a perfect example of why the printed book will always exist. As wonderful as the images are on screen the experience is taken to a whole other level by just sitting and feeling this tactile book, letting your eyes wander (and wonder) from page to page. The images here are by Sibella’s brother the ΓΌber talented . His lush, colour rich shots convey Sibella’s bower bird aesthetic perfectly. Am I gushing? Yes. This is a must have for those who love a visual feast.

Sibella is always a source of inspiration- such a talented lady! I cherish Etcetera and look forward to adding Nomad to my book collection.

TK says:

Interesting curtains πŸ˜‰ And before someone starts lecturing: yes, I know about sun wheels and rune signs.

TK says:

and apparently that should be sanskrit signs. Slap me with a wet noodle…

stunning. heading to amazon right now to purchase! thanks πŸ™‚

Unordinary designs inspire a lot!

Travis Blackbrid says:

Love it! oh, and Merry Christmas to you too! πŸ™‚

Travis

Jenn says:

where would I find a couch like the one in the 3rd picture down??? I LOVE it! thanks in advanced

Lush. Reminds me of my grandma's house, but I assure you, in the best possible way.

Teresa says:

Hello! Where can I find the wood-frame bed in pics 6 and 10? Thank you πŸ™‚

Debra Howell says:

I have been looking for the curtain, (that is split up half way in a triangled shape above a bed). A pinned posted it on Pinterest and I have seen the same curtain on another pin. I really love it and cannot find it through my research. I will be using it as a kitchen curtain with a old world feel. Can you help me? Can I ask humbly where you purchased the curtain? Sincerly, Debra Howell. And, Thank You!

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