The New Southern Style: The Interiors of a Lifestyle and Design Movement
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About the Author
"The New Southern Style urges us beyond aesthetics to see a home for its depth of character and the heart that so vividly beats at its center."--Sacha Strebe "editorial director of Create & Cultivate"
"Alyssa Rosenheck is a shining voice for the next generation of progressive creativity and diverse, female empowerment billowing in the South. She has taken on the steadfast responsibility of bringing a voice to the voiceless and turning messages into movements through her vision and lens."--Julie Solomon "founder of The Influencer Podcast"
"Alyssa Rosenheck and the Southern women in this book live to a rhythm that will warm your heart and then melt it."--Lalah Delia "author of Vibrate Higher Daily"
"Alyssa Rosenheck wants you to forget your preconceived notions of American Southern style. In this book, the photographer looks at modern day living in the South through interviews with a fascinating--and refreshingly diverse--array of designers, tastemakers, and makers, revealing the many styles that comprise beautiful living in the region (and, indeed, in the country as a whole)."--Julie Solomon "House Beautiful"
"The American South does have its own identity--complicated, rich, inspiring, ever-evolving. Rosenheck, a Nashville-based photographer and stylist, examines thirty notable homes throughout the region to assess how Southern culture both endures while reinventing itself. Here is a chance for the reader to be immersed in a culture all its own."--Julie Solomon "Milieu"
"Readers can expect to see Rosenheck's visually stunning imagery of people and interior spaces, but the photographer hopes the book will do more than inspire the four walls of their homes. She wants them to discover a deeper message behind the book, which she describes as being part of a movement she founded focused on community, creativity and connection."--Julie Solomon "Nashville Lifestyles"