No matter what your lifestyle, you can embrace vintage design in your house. Interior designer Bronnie Masefau will demonstrate how to use simple design concepts to put the heart back into your home. Bronnie is the author of several interior design books including Australian vintage living and Inspiring through creative design, aimed at giving families the confidence to create and embrace their own vintage style. (Chris-86)… (more)
Bronnie Masefau promotes Australian Vintage Living: putting the heart back into home.
Meet Bronnie Masefau, author of interior design books Australian Vintage Living and Australian Vintage Living : making anywhere home, and be inspired by her practical tips on creating a relaxing loving environment in your home. About Australian Vintage Living : making anywhere home Today can find people on the move and living their lives ‘on hold’ until things settle down…. Bronnie asks ‘WHY?’ showing you how to live while on the move, living ‘large’ in ‘small spaces’, and inspiring you to embrace life to the full. This book brings practical tips and insight for designing YOUR space even when life is hectic or you’re on the move. Topics covered include: Living Large – in small spaces. Living without boundaries Time out – at home Family days out Gardening on the move Living through imperfect events The company of Two About Australian Vintage Living : putting the heart back into home Oozing with the beauty of living… They say ‘a picture paints a thousand words’, and the beautiful images within this book, will do exactly that. Through refining and designing, Bronnie will show you how to design your world. This book will inspire, showing how to put the heart back into home… and life! Beautiful photography and clever tips are sprinkled throughout. Topics covered include: Understand YOUR vintage Learn how to define your design preference How to re‐shape your home Buying with a purpose How to purchase from Auctions & Markets How to enjoy your ‘Collecting’ Creating Workspaces within the home About Bronnie Masefau Bronnie Masefau is a working mum, the wife of a preacher and the author of best-selling home-making books. She works for clients along Australia’s Eastern Seaboard, and identifies as more of a homemaker rather than an interior designer. Bronnie is an enthusiastic and eternally optimistic designer, reflecting the need to embrace family life at every opportunity. ‘Home should be a sanctuary’ she says, ‘where business and family can intertwine seamlessly.’ As a mother of three, enjoying the family and the benefits of running a design business without stress is vital to Bronnie. The joy of coming home to a relaxing loving environment is what we all yearn for, and what Bronnie promotes through her design and inspirational advice… the entire family gathering around the kitchen table, to discuss the days events as the meal is prepared. Bronnie Masefau’s philosophy focusses on the ability to creating a backdrop for such events. It’s this enthusiasm that led her to produce the beautiful book Australian Vintage Living with pages full of inspiring images and practical advice on how you can turn a house into a home that is embraced by all. Bronnie Masefau has been in the interior design industry for most of her life. Her family owned and ran a furniture manufacturing business and Bronnie headed the design department. She opened a design store, Sho Interiors, in Brisbane in 2001. Find Bronnie's books in our libraries Learn more about Bronnie Masefau Find other National Year of Reading Events in our libraries Dates / Times North Lakes Library, 03 November 2012, 10.30am Bribie Island Library, 07 November 2012, 2.00pm Arana Hills Library, 07 November 2012, 6.30pm Strathpine Library, 08 November 2012, 6.30pm Cost FREE Bookings Bookings for this event are required. (alexdaw)… (more)