I Married Adventure
Despite doing a couple of posts on the two books used most by stylists and decorators: Diana Vreeland's Allure and Osa Johnson's I Married Adventure, I've never tired of either and finally ordered a vintage copy of Johnson's book for myself. Oh-so-helpful Lynn over at Paris Hotel Boutique is sending it my way.
Image above, courtesy Brilliant Asylum.
On his shelves, Miles Redd has Johnson's first title and her giraffe-covered sequel, Four Years in Paradise.
Image courtesy of Megan Samuels.
Several bloggers, including Beach Bungalow 8 and Habitually Chic, have shared how they incorporate the zebra-bound tome in their tablescapes. I also plan to post a picture or two when my edition arrives, and I'll invite everyone who has the book to share thoughts on the cover and contents (I'm curious to read it) as well as images.