Artful home interiors are born from curiosity, creativity, and imagination, yet many of us fail to see a potential curtain rod in a bamboo stick or a kitchen counter in an old carpenter’s bench.
Anyone can create a beautiful home without expensive store-bought pieces simply by foraging and salvaging. Discarded objects can be restored, recycled, or repurposed to fill any space with style. Presenting the techniques and philosophies—such as beachcombing, forest hunting, and urban salvaging—of savvy foragers from across the globe, this book showcases how they created comfortable and stylish homes by breathing new life into what most would consider waste.
In an era when sustainability, living off the grid, and reducing our eco-footprint have never been more important or appealing, The Foraged Home will provide guidance and inspiration to those looking to go beyond the world of mass-produced products.
The Foraged Home celebrates an art form that can be woven into our lives no matter where we make our homes.
— American Craft
Reduce, reuse, recycle has become our mantra, and that makes this lovely book more than a curiosity - it's an inspiration.
— Minneapolis Star Tribune
Joanna Maclennan is a freelance photographer based in France. She has contributed to many books and magazines, including the World of Interiors, the Telegraph Magazine, Elle Decoration Country, the New York Times, and Marie Claire. She is the photographer for The Foraged Home.
Oliver Maclennan is a freelance copywriter and editor based in London. He is the author of The Foraged Home.