City Farmhouse Style (Hardcover)
Designs for a Modern Country Life
Harry N. Abrams, 9781419726507, 224pp.
Publication Date: September 12, 2017
List Price: 35.00*
* Individual store prices may vary.
About the Author
Kim Leggett is a sought-after interior designer, successful retailer, and the author of the bestselling Leggett’s Antiques Atlas series. She lives in Franklin, Tennessee, and can be found at cityfarmhousefranklin.com.
Praise For City Farmhouse Style: Designs for a Modern Country Life…
“Kim has such a great eye for all things farmhouse style. I look to her for design inspiration and for the perfect treasures to warm up my home. Nashville loves her and so do I!”
— Kimberly Schlapman, Singer-Songwriter and Member of the Grammy Award–Winning Band, Little Big Town
“Who would have thought that farmhouse style would be the most sought after look for twenty-first-century home decorators? With Kim’s tips and style inspiration anyone can bring country to the city with ease.”
— Sheryl Crow, Grammy Award–Winning Singer-Songwriter
"In her new book, City Farmhouse Style, designer Kim Leggett celebrates the ageless appeal of farmhouse staples - and explains why the look isn’t going anywhere. (You can bet the farm on it)."
— Country Living
"Forget your old definition of farmhouse style and learn about the diversity of the look."
— American Farmhouse Style
"So, what happens when homeowners throw out the design rule book? Genius decorating ideas pop up everywhere. A flip through Leggett's book reveals dozens."
— Architectural Digest
"As the editor in chief of Country Living, a brand with design-loving readers all over the country, I’ve seen firsthand how the demand for all things farmhouse has grown exponentially over the past few years . . . Farmhouse Style seems to resonate everywhere, from the neon lights of Times Square to one-stoplight town squares, and for good reason: A farmhouse table or an apron sink work just as well in an urban loft or suburban Tudor as they do in a country farmhouse.”
— From the foreword by Rachel Hardage Barrett, Editor in Chief, Country Living