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Judith Wilson
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Judith Wilson is a specialist interiors journalist, author and lecturer.  She is a Contributing Editor for House & Garden, a regular columnist for The Resident magazine and currently writes the Country Style Setter series for Country Homes & Interiors.  

She specializes in delivering inspirational ideas, teamed with down-to-earth advice, and she has a firm understanding of the ebb and flow of family living.

Judith has been a design writer for over 20 years, and her work has appeared in numerous national magazines and newspapers, including Telegraph Magazine, Elle Deco, Country Living, Living etc., AD Russia, Country Homes & Interiors, The English Home, Easy Living and Red.  
She was Decorating Editor at Homes & Gardens for six years

An accomplished author, Judith has written 14 books on interiors which are sold widely in the UK, USA and Europe.  Children’s Spaces from Zero to Ten was released in paperback for Spring 2013 and became a best-seller.  Her other titles include Casual Living, Teen Zone, Babies’ Rooms, Harmonious Home and Essential Home, all published by Ryland Peters & Small. The Vintage Home, and The Natural Home are published by Jacqui Small.  Her latest book, Think Home, is published 27th March 2014.

Judith regularly lectures on Styling at the KLC School of Design, and has guest-lectured for the British Institute of Interior Design, and Design Centre Chelsea Harbour.  She has also contributed to a number of radio and TV programmes.

Judith lives with her husband and their two teenage children in South West London.

Judith's Books
Think Home
The secret to a home that works effortlessly and looks beautiful is inspired thinking. Ask any interior designer or architect, and they will say that time spent thinking and planning is never wasted. In Think Home the reader is encouraged to do just that: think. The introduction, Wishful Thinking, encourages readers to plan for their dream home. Chapter 1, Think Hard, guides the reader through the all-important first steps in planning, organizing, and setting a budget. The second chapter, Think Lifestyle, divides living spaces into three categories - family zones, sociable spaces and quiet retreats - and discusses each one. Chapter 3, Think Inspired, focuses on creative options such as colour and texture, while Chapter 4, Think Rooms, features examples of brilliantly planned spaces that work perfectly for their occupants. The book is also packed with Think fact boxes, Think About checklists, and This Expert Thinks pearls of wisdom from professional interior designers and architects.
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