Nomad by Sibella Court – A global design inspiration

“Who I am… I am a treasure hunter, beachcomber, and bowerbird.”
Sibella Court

Stylist Sibella Court’s upcoming publication of “Nomad” follows her previous books – “The Stylist’s Guide to NYC” and “Etcetera“. I first saw her on “Man Shops Globe” when Keith Johnson was in Australia sourcing product for Anthropologie. She has a studio/shop in Sydney called “The Society Inc.” which she totally transforms with the seasons.

"Japan" shot from "Nomad" via

Sibella’s style is global, quirky, bohemian, and undeniably feminine. In her new book “Nomad” she demonstrates how her travels have inspired her eclectic interiors. The book is divided into sections by country – Italy, India, Syria and Mexico.

"Mexico" shot from "Nomad" via

Here are some great take away tips:
-Play with/mix textures.
-Don’t be concerned about colors and patterns – make your own fort and display remnants and quilts picked up on your travels.
-Styling your home doesn’t have to be expensive-reuse, add, subtract, combine- to create new eye-catching combinations of stuff you already own.

The book is a great inspiration on how to incorporate found objects into a cohesive interior design theme. Available only from at the moment (US release Nov. 23rd.)

Check out Sibella’s trip to Japan here:

Japan – Nomad from Sibella Court – The Society inc. on Vimeo.


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