Megan Morton (Author)

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Megan Morton

Living and breathing all matters of the home, Megan Morton has been called on to style, design and work her 'house whispering' powers for celebrities, magazines and her next-door neighbours. Her work has been featured on the cover of international glossies including Elle Decoration UK and Vanity Fair. Locally, her clients include Vogue Living, In Style and Inside Out magazines. When she's not designing homes and styling mantelpieces, Megan works with corporate clients creating 'luxury atmospheres' for special occasions and dreams up beautiful rooms that make people obscenely happy.

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Book Cover:  Home Love
Distilling timeless advice from designers, decorators, architects, retailers and stylists, Home Love will help you turn the frustrations of interior decorating into moments of creative triumph.
Distilling timeless advice from designers, decorators, architects, retailers and stylists, Home Love will help you turn the frustrations of interior decorating into moments of creative triumph.
Published: 21/03/2012
Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9781921383212
Book Cover:  Things I Love
In Things I Love, interiors stylist extraordinaire and author of Home Love Megan Morton inspires by example, sharing her infectious enthusiasm for the houses, people and design she loves. 
In Things I Love, interiors stylist extraordinaire and author of Home Love Megan Morton inspires by example, sharing her infectious enthusiasm for the houses, people and design she loves. 
Published: 24/10/2012
Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9781921382758

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