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Shabby Chic: Sumptuous Settings and Other Lovely Things (2004)

by Rachel Ashwell

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I read through this pretty fast. It has a lot of pretty photos, but it was not exactly my style: too many "fluffy" details, plus a lot of money went into the objects, which I don't have access to at this time. I don't home entertain much, so maybe that was part of my disinterest. ( )
  brickhorse | Aug 21, 2012 |
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Rachel Ashwell uses her signature style to make any event a special occasion.

This beautiful, accessible book proves that entertaining need not be expensive. Making every day into an elegant extravaganza is a matter of inspiration and imagination, and shopping is a great way to get inspired. Travel with her to unique locations like a Chinese grocery store, local antique mall, a flower market, or a flea market to search for the perfect accents that will give your event unexpected charm without breaking the bank. Use the treasures you find to jazz up average items – sometimes it's as easy as adding a little paint, ribbons, or flowers. Decorate the chairs, create a themed meal, or custom design menus and place cards. When it comes to setting a scene, Rachel is an expert and with her easy how–to advice, you can be too. She has practical ideas for any occasion – baby showers to weddings, birthday parties to bar mitzvahs, even old–fashioned family dinners.

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