A eucalyptus candle burning, greenery hanging, driftwood on a window ledge...calming smells and wild elements create a space that invites connection and creativity. A place that rejuvenates and restores. A personal sanctuary. The spaces we inhabit, where we live and work each day, affect our mood and our ability to get things done. Yet so often we settle into these spaces without really considering what we put into them, or how they make us feel. In Do Inhabit, Sue Fan and Danielle Quigley, stylists and makers with a lifelong love of the natural world, guide us towards creating and styling spaces that are a true reflection of ourselves and what is important to us. Home as a place to unwind and be inspired, workplaces shared considerately and harmoniously with others. The book includes: Tips for de-cluttering, organizing and styling; Fresh herbs, flowers, greenery, wood and stones as sources of inspiration; Why your space should evoke all five senses; How to create dedicated spaces to enable you to learn, make and Do. Styling your personal and professional space is not about trends. Do Inhabit will encourage you to embrace the things that are meaningful to you. If your space tells a story, is mindful and unique, it will feel whole. Less noise, more earth. Less house, more home.