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That’s right, it’s a book ALL about kitchens! As you’ve noticed, I’ve had a bit of a surge in my interest for all things home, but I lack imagination when it comes to the kitchen. If I was asked to make a book about it, it would be about two pages long. So, actually, it would be more of a leaflet than a book, but that just goes to show how much limited my creativity is. Which is why this book is going to help me to add a little bit of character to my plain (oh, so plain it hurts) kitchen.

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Published by Jacqui Small, Kitchenalia by Vinny Lee will be right up your street if you like vintage, retro and period finds. It shows you how a kitchen can be fitted with what the author calls “layers” and each chapter of the book goes through specific styles such as The Country Kitchen, The Retro Kitchen, The Reclaimed Kitchen and so on. Being more than just a room in which you cook food, it is often the most popular room in the house where friends and family gathers (if there’s food and good company, I’m there!) I’m always envious of those who have a kitchen that is filled with unique things and as this book shows, there are hundreds and thousands of way to put all of these things together. With so many different elements to think about, it helps that the book hones in on the smaller details like furniture feature, shelving displays and how to work with certain colour palettes without making it look chaotic and cluttered. It offers ideas and inspiration that never would have crossed my mind… no matter how simple it looks.

Whether you’re in to copper, ceramics, chrome, clean lines or reclaimed wood – Kitchenalia is pretty much the perfect book for those who want to decorate their kitchen space. And it looks mighty fine on the coffee table too. It has pages upon pages that will make you want to ditch your current equipment and go out and buy a whole new set of kitchenware. And if you’re obsessed with Pinterest, this book will be right up your street! And guess what? I’ve got a free copy to giveaway! Below are details on how to enter.
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I have one copy of Kitchenalia (published by Jacqui Small) up for grabs! 
Please submit your entries via the Rafflecopter widget below. You will need to follow my blog on Bloglovin’ as a mandatory entry and then once you’ve done that, it unlocks other options for additional entries. The more you enter, the more chances of winning!
All entries are moderated, please adhere to the terms. This giveaway is open to UK residents only. 
Competition is for all of the product shown and detailed above in this blogpost (one copy of Kitchenalia by Vinny Lee). Entries must be made via Rafflecopter widget. Entries are moderated so please ensure that adhere to the giveaway entry terms. Jacqui Small Publishing reserves the right to amend or withdraw offers at any time. No cash alternatives are available. Free prize draw, no purchase necessary. Giveaway will be live for 7 days, closing on 24th September 2014 midnight. One winners will be selected from Rafflecopter after the closing date receiving a book which will be dispatched from Jacqui Small Publishing in London. I will contact the winner via email after closing date. Please allow up to 4 weeks for delivery. A new winner will be selected if we do not receive a respond within 3 working days.
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