I honestly think this is one of the most beautiful books I've ever read.
Firstly, while I know Megan is so creative visually - gosh she can write!! Her stories about each person are SO lovely and they just capture you, and make you feel like you know them personally.
Megan visits such an eclectic mix of people, from a home by architect Hannah Tribe with not a cluttered corner in sight, English florist Nikki Tibbles' (of Wild at Heart) colourful, but almost stately grand London abode. Seriously, this book is like an Aladdin's cave of homes, that's how excited you get when you open it up.
Everyone of these homes, like their owners, is completely different, but I'm in love with all of them.
A beautiful home doesn't rest on great design alone, it's shaped by the people who live there. That relationship is what raises these gorgeous, eclectic houses above their undeniably attractive facades.
With her trademark enthusiasm, Megan Morton invites you into her favourite homes with personality, and introduces us to the personalities who call them home.
Behind the quirky details, beneath the vintage finds and between the creative clashing you'll find hints for shaping beautiful corners, rooms and moments all of your own.
More than a window into inspirational homes around the world, It's Beautiful Here will make you stop and recognize that here, right now, there's something beautiful.