☆ Cupcakes and Cashmere at Home || ↠ PDF Download by ↠ Emily Schuman

By Emily Schuman | Comments: ( 215 ) | Date: ( Aug 25, 2019 )

The highly anticipated follow up to the bestselling Cupcakes and Cashmere In Cupcakes and Cashmere at Home, Emily Schuman expands on the personal lifestyle advice that her fans loved in her first book and on her popular blog, with a focus on interior design and entertaining at home The book features never before seen content and explores Emily s accessible design philosoThe highly anticipated follow up to the bestselling Cupcakes and Cashmere In Cupcakes and Cashmere at Home, Emily Schuman expands on the personal lifestyle advice that her fans loved in her first book and on her popular blog, with a focus on interior design and entertaining at home The book features never before seen content and explores Emily s accessible design philosophy for decorating and creating a fashionable personal space In addition, the book includes DIY design projects and party planning ideas Emily shows readers not only how to create space that is inviting, but also how to welcome guests and entertain in their homes with ease.


  • Title: Cupcakes and Cashmere at Home
  • Author: Emily Schuman
  • ISBN: 9781419715839
  • Page: 180
  • Format: Hardcover

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Comments Cupcakes and Cashmere at Home

  • Molly

    Better than her first book but still not that great. Too much basic advice. I would rather have seen more of Emily's home and read about what she specifically did, not general advice about what you should do when decorating or entertaining. The pictures are nice but there's really nothing new here.


  • Shannon

    Unfortunately Cupcakes and Cashmere is another example of a blogger who got a book deal and has nothing new to share. Emily Schuman covers decorating, cooking, fashion, shopping, music selections, DIY and party planning but its all been done before. Does every blogger/author light Diptyque candles in a white sparkly bedroom or a living room with a Moroccan rug? But if you are an adult who doesn't already know how to make DIY spice jars or how to organize your fridge and wants to serve twinkies d [...]


  • Catherine

    If you are very new to interior design or home entertaining you may find this book helpful. She covered a fair amount of basics but no new innovative ideas. If you are looking to elevate your home or parties from good to great, this may not be the best resource. The book was nicely designed, and is clean looking. However it doesn't show the entire room, it shows a small vignette ie her entry table, not the entire entry way. The theme parties are very basic, if you've never had a dinner/cocktail [...]


  • Audrey

    Some pretty photos but nothing really eye-opening regarding home design. If you're going to pick this one up, the entertaining section will likely be more useful than the home design section -- lots of themed party ideas.


  • A Crank

    Very informative and quite a nice read!


  • Mckinley

    Interior decorating tips first part and entertaining second half with tips, recipes and menus.


  • Gigill

    I didn't like this book as much as the original. There some cute ideas in there, especially around the party but it didn't really go deep or else used random lingo with educating the reader. Sometime she wrote about things with no correlating picture, which I found weird. This could have been better.


  • Jenni

    I had been waiting for this book to drop in the mail ever since it became available on Book Depository. I’ve been following Emily from Cupcakes and Cashmere for years and also own her previous book, and as soon as I found out she was making a book entirely dedicated to home, well, I just couldn’t wait to read it. Much like its predecessor, Cupcakes and Cashmere at Home is a thing of beauty in itself. White and feminine with foiled text and real nice quality paper. I love Emily’s style of w [...]


  • Christy Baker

    If you can get past the saccharine title, this is actually a heartfelt and helpful book of decorating, design tips and entertaining ideas by the author of a blog that I appreciated for the author's casual and direct style and get real attitude (she has cats and acknowledges her choices consider and accept them with regards to couches and rugs). I particularly appreciated that in each section, she has a page of ideas for those who rent and a page for those who own; having someone acknowledge that [...]


  • Christina

    The first Cupcakes and Cashmere book was one of my favourites of last year and when I knew there was a second one coming out, more focused on home life, I was ecstatic. The first book focused on all aspects of a polished life and this one was more focused on decor and entertaining at home. The decor aspect was my favourite, as it focused on the alterations you can do when you're renting vs when you're buying a home. Emily, as always, is perfectly polished and an admirable woman. I couldn't be ha [...]


  • Melissa

    The pictures are gorgeous, but it's a little shallow beyond that. The author creates a perfect life filled with beautiful things. I understand that it's important to surround yourself with lovely things and even to care about the scent of your handsoap, but it felt a bit silly in light of all that is going on in the world today to be reading this. Maybe there is more to her in person, but I didn't really get much out of her book.


  • Warren Gossett

    This book may be basic for those with homemaking and interior design experience, but for me, a live alone male, it was a valuable glimpse of how to live life at home as a work of art. It was very helpful to go through rooms one by one and entertainment situations individually to see how they can be fashionable and efficient.


  • Christine

    You probably don't need this book if you have her first book or are an adherent to the blog, but it's a nice distraction to live in Emily's world for a while.My favorite part is that she puts together a list of "rental" vs "home owner" tips and tricks for each room if the house.My least favorite part was on entertaining, as it's nice but the trends already feelA bit old.


  • Tamara

    This book was okay. Nowhere near as good as her first book, and I felt like a lot I already knew from her blog re: her home design. I just couldn't stop thinking while reading it about how much money they have for these home projects, it was hard to relate to. Pretty pictures as usual. OK overall. Read her other book over this one.


  • Monique

    So I'm not familiar with her blog nor did I read her 1st book but if this was better (from the reviews I've read) then she should keep her day job. While she has some basic advice, it isn't anything you can't pick up watching HGTV and/or pinterest fact that would be better as its free. There is more on design than foodad I checked it out from my local library.


  • Sophie

    This book was so-so. I was hoping it'd offer more of a personal look into Emily's new home and where she sources things but the sections were quite generic. It's still a good book to flick through but it didn't wow me.


  • Allie

    Honestly? I expected a little more. Alas. Beautiful photography, and Emily did give some exciting ideas for parties and entertaining, so that is something. Definitely want to host a bagel brunch and a retro game night.


  • Maryn

    This book really didn't give a lot of helpful or innovative information: What - put flowers in vases?!? That's wild! You can put different colored pillows on a couch to change up how it looks - groundbreaking!


  • Hailey

    I had no idea you could just take a word and put it in front of another holiday name and it would become a whole new holiday! So excited for Chairloween and All Pants Day. Unfortunately there was little other insight in the pages of this book. Very shallow and boring.


  • Hannah

    I feel uncomfortable taking decorating advice from someone who hired an interior decorator. Did they collaborate on the book?


  • Mary Pat

    This was far better than her first book! Lots of great decorating design ideas that I loved!


  • Erin

    Pretty pictures, but not really my style in either home decorating or friend hosting.


  • Alex

    Meh. Mostly a recreation of her blog, which I read every day.


  • Angela

    I would've loved to have seen more pics for inspiration in this book.


  • Anna Powell

    Fun. I really liked this one. Nothing deep, but I would buy it to keep at the house for reference.


  • Jessica

    The entertains tips are the best part.


  • Angie

    No new or innovative information, but the book is beautiful and the photographs are great. I do love getting an inside look at her home. The wallpaper in the powder room is amazing.


  • Holly

    I am new to Cupcakes & Cashmere but was interested in this book. I was disappointed that only certain design elements were displayed in the book -- no actual look at the rooms.


  • Paula

    Probably not that bad but definitely not for me. Thought party chapters At the end were the worst.


  • Pam

    This book is very very very basic design advice. I don't recommend this book if you are an experienced designer or already know your style aesthetic.


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