Wild at Heart

Wild at Heart

For the Love of Pets and Beautiful Homes

Book - 2019
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A unique portrait of fifteen creatives and their pets, Wild at Heart is all about the unique bond they have with their pets and how that bond inevitably colours their way of working, living and thinking. Wild at Heart Pets, People and their Beautiful Homes is the second book from the creative duo behind the online interview magazine Coffeeklatch. In 2015 they published the bestseller Greenterior, a book about plant-loving creatives and their inspiring homes. For this new book, Magali Elali and Bart Kiggen visited people who share their beautiful houses with their pets. They interviewed fifteen creatives at home about a subject that many people all over the world can relate to: the unique bond between people and their pets. Whenever the love of animals is a part of someone's life, it will inevitably colour his or her way of working, living and thinking. In Wild at Heart Bart and Magali share personal stories about important and small encounters, fun anecdotes and relatable situations, set in tasteful and inspiring interiors and breathtaking nature scenes.
Publisher: Antwerp, Belgium :, Luster,, [2019]
©2019.
Branch Call Number: 636.0887 ELA
Characteristics: 271 pages :,chiefly illustrations (chiefly colour) ;,26 cm.
Additional Contributors: Kiggen, Bart
Notes: Cover title.

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