As a serious book fanatic, I window shop on Kalahari and Amazon when I can’t sleep. My wishlist runs into the thousands, and I know that one day I will have to design my home around my books, and find a very patient and resilient cleaning lady that doesn’t mind all the dusting. And as a book purist, I am devoted to hard copies, as opposed to e-readers.
That, combined with my fervent wanderlust, secret romantic inclinations and love of beautiful things, makes this book PERFECT for me. (My birthday is in October. *hint hint) “Paris in Color” by Nichole Robertson is a beautiful collection of colour coordinated photograph’s of Parisian details.
The book came about as a result of a happy accident - her photography and blogging hobbies took a turn when she took a few photos of similarly coloured environments, and it quickly became an obsession. And on sharing her obsession, others also quickly became obsessed. Part of the appeal lay in the fact that it wasn’t the over-glamourized version of Paris - “I didn’t want the Versace-on-the-red-carpet version of Paris, I wanted the Converse and t-shirt Paris.”