This (in)courage Dayspring writer, with a strong
endorsement from Ann Voskamp, will appeal to women who love God and
want their home to be a place of welcome to all.
Popular blogger and self-taught decorator Myquillyn Smith
realized years ago that although immaculate-looking homes are
pretty in pictures, when she''s actually in one, she''s not
comfortable. Instead, she''s worried that she''ll spill her drink
on the rug, or she''s wondering if it''s okay to move the pillow
out of the way to sit down.
This stay-at-home mom in stretchy yoga pants with expired milk
in her refrigerator has stumbled upon the secret to decorating for
real people, and it has nothing to do with trying to convince
others of our perfection. Myquillyn believes that there is beauty
in imperfection, in the lived-in and loved-on and
used-just-about-up. Imperfections put people at ease and free us to
take risks and create the home-and the life-we''ve always
Myquillyn''s warm and insightful words are paired with her own
gorgeous four-color photos and creative, easy ideas for arranging,
decorating, and building a home that welcomes everyone. Readers
will learn how to create their own style-without breaking the bank
or stressing over comparisons.