Interior Design

A Place Called Home: Print, Colour, Pattern

Cath Kidston--queen of vintage-inspired homeware and joyously decorated spaces--grants unprecedented insight into her creative process and personal style in this lifestyle-meets-memoir-meets-interior-design book.

Designer Cath Kidston is famous for her high-street brand and nostalgic floral patterns. In this book, she invites readers into her own home to talk about patterns, color, décor, and more. Room by room, she gives an illuminating tour of her Gloucestershire house, pointing out interesting style choices and snazzy materials. From charming picture frames and fireplaces, to vintage patterns and rugs that tie the room together, Cath Kidston's personal style and interiors vision shines through. Along the way she shares decorating ideas, tips, and tricks for turning a house into a home. Perfect for fans of her designs, this part-interiors book, part-memoir is beautifully photographed throughout by Christopher Sykes.

About The Author

Cath Kidston MBE is an English fashion designer, businesswoman, author, and founder of Cath Kidston Limited, which sells home furnishings and related goods. Her floral pattern designs are internationally famous.
Christopher Simon Sykes is an internationally renowned interiors photographer and author. His work has appeared in House and Garden, World of Interiors, Sunday Telegraph Magazine, Vogue, Vanity Fair, Town and Country, as well as many other magazines.

  • Publish Date: September 08, 2020
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Category: House & Home - Decorating & Furnishings
  • Publisher: Pavilion
  • Trim Size: 8-1/2 x 11
  • Pages: 256
  • US Price: $45.00
  • CDN Price: $60.00
  • ISBN: 978-1-911641-10-0


"This English country dream beckons us to visit in these pages. It’s both a personal glimpse into this dream home and the surrounding grounds and how they were created, curated, and nurtured, as well as being a design book and memoir." — SOCIETY TEXAS

"Kidston—reigning monarch of British pattern and charm— flings open the doors to her own country home and shares its design lessons galore." — COLORADO HOMES & LIFESTYLES