That sun-drenched feeling of a perfect holiday shouldn’t have to go away when you get back home. Taking inspiration from road trips, beach houses, boutique hotels and long lazy summers on the coast, Sydney stylist Mr Jason Grant shows you how to style your spaces to capture that holiday feeling in your own home in his forthcoming second book, Holiday at Home. I’m looking forward to picking up some tips on the return from my own travel adventures!
A follow-up to last year’s A Place Called Home, it’s brimming with inspiration and tips for making your outdoor spaces feel like your own private resort, laid back entertaining, using colour to create those vacation vibes, and upcycling found and secondhand items. Out early September, Holiday at Home is your creative guide to turning your living spaces into your own little patches of paradise.
We’ve been lucky enough to get to share this video behind the scenes with you today:
If you follow Jason on Instagram, you’ll know he loves the beach. Born in Tasmania, but growing up in Melbourne where his career began, it seems he found his spiritual home in Sydney’s Bondi. Fascinated by colour and nature from a young age, he is always looking for new ways to express his creativity.
Jason has styled for many Australian and international magazines including Inside Out, Belle, House and Garden, Real Living, Vogue Living, Elle Decoration and Livingetc and has his own range with Murobond Paints.
The sunny images in this book are by Lauren Bamford, a Melbourne-based photographer, specialising in food, lifestyle, interiors and documentary.
The book is published by Hardie Grant in Australia. It is also being published by Rizzoli in America under the alternative title Away at Home. We’re looking forward to getting our hands on a review copy to share with you very soon!
Video music and editing by Keith Mason, cinematography by Lauren Bamford.