Restoration House: Creating a Space That Gives Life and Connection to All Who Enter
Rediscover the heart of your home and your story.
Home is meant to be a place to belong. A place to gather and connect. A place of beauty. A place to restore your soul. Creating a restored home—the kind that you and your loved ones want to return to again and again—is as much about making everyone who enters feel cared for and comfortable as it is about creating a beaut...more
This amazing book not only offers you the gorgeous photographs, design tips, and entertaining tidbits you’ve come to expect in a decorating book, but it also offers prayers, Scriptures, questions to reflect on and wide margins where you can record your thoug ...more
Kennesha Buyck’s down to earth style and eye for detail, makes her lifestyle and home restoration guide easy to follow, while her simple, inspiring advice easily connects h ...more
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This two-hundred-and-forty-page oversized hardbound targets those who want to restore their house into a comfortable, God-honored, and beloved home. Cont ...more
Restoration House is divided in to three parts. Part one is Restored Home, Restored Soul where Buycks shares how she learned to make her house her home in spite of living in many different houses while her husband was in the military. Part 2 is A Restored Space For You where you learn about how you can make your space more enjoyable for ...more
As a military brat (both growing up, and when married) I could relate to the author. I’ve moved so many times in my life that I’ve lost count. Some of those places felt like “home” and others felt little more than a stepping stone.
I love the idea of creating a place that gives life and connection. Isn’t that what “home” is all about? And if our homes reflect ourselves, then we need to restore ourselves (our faith, connections, etc.) as well as our dwel ...more
Not only is this a beautiful book of imagery but the way the author shares her heart through words is amazing as well. I borrowed a copy from the library and less than half way through I already knew I was buying myself one. Sometimes it’s easy to get caught up in what we designers feel a home should look like rather than putting the importance on what it should feel like to those who enter.
I think the author does a great job of reminding us to extend the ...more