I received this book for free as part of an Instagram tour (TLC Book Tours specifically) I did to promote the book.
I was so excited to read this book because I am super interested in witchcraft and I love interior design and all things homey. I was not disappointed.
First off, this is a beautiful coffee table book. Everything about it is high quality from the pages to the photos. It makes the perfect addition to any coffee table or bookshelf display.
Just a little side note: since this is a coffee table book, this book is not meant to give you a large or comprehensive overview of witchcraft. If you’re looking for that, I suggest reading something else.
Secondly, I love love LOVE that the author brings up cultural appropriation in witchcraft. It’s a small little mention but much appreciated. She also includes a recommended reading list at the end for those who are interested in learning more about the original context of some of the practices.
I also loved the self help elements. Even though this is a book about homes, the self-help elements felt very natural. It ultimately boils down to how YOU connect with your space.
Overall, this is the perfect coffee table book for those looking to add a little magick to their home and life.