Are you a bowerbird? Leading interior stylist tells you how to use it all

Are you a bowerbird?

Australia’s most exciting stylist shows how to create enticing interiors with the things you treasure

Sibella Court’s wanderlust has made her one of the world’s most sought-after stylists and creative directors.

Like the Australian bowerbird, Sibella is famous for creating interiors that entice and inspire from found objects, beloved mementos and upcycled furniture.

In Bowerbird, Sibella’s new book of ideas and interiors, she shares her approach to achieving a unique style, being a firm believer that our own collections, imparting the memories they do, are a vital part of any home.

This is her most personal book yet, with Sibella showcasing her own collections. Full of practical inspiration that shows how your treasured belongings – from shells to vintage hardware and portraits of moustached men to loofahs – can work as a centrepiece or simply as subtle elements that reflect your space, your apartment, your house and your passions.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

After ten years in New York styling for iconic brands, such as Bergdorf Goodman, Saks Fifth Avenue, Jo Malone, Pottery Barn, Target and West Elm, and leading magazines, including GourmetMarie Claire and Vogue Living, Sibella returned to Australia and launched The Society Inc.

She has written extensively for Country StyleGraziaHarper’s Bazaar and Vogue Living as a feature writer and contributing editor. Her previous books include EtceteraThe Stylist’s Guide to NYC and Nomad. Visit Sibella at www.thesocietyinc.com.au.

Published by

Clayton Wehner

Clayton is the founder and managing director of Boomerang Books. In a past life, Clayton worked for 12 years as an intelligence officer in the Australian Army and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. He is a graduate of the Australian Defence Force Academy and the Royal Military College Duntroon and holds a BA (Hons) in Political Science and a Master of Management Studies (Human Resource Management) from the UNSW. He is also a trained Indonesian linguist and served with the United Nations in East Timor as an interpreter/translator.