Forever It Girl, Oscar-winning actress, director and author Diane Keaton knows great style (obviously). The icon has fostered a long-time love affair with design and real estate. She’s previously owned properties designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and Wallace Neff. But when it comes to home decor, even Keaton gets a little help from Pinterest.
The star documented her love for Pinning in her third and latest design-focused coffee table book, The House That Pinterest Built.
Both a style guide and an inspiring how-to for those in need of inspiration, the publication gives an in-depth look at the gorgeous remodel of Keaton’s modern farmhouse and the ideas (Pins) which drove it.
“The more I pinned, the more I let myself fantasize,” she writes in the book.
“If you steal enough ideas from as many sources as possible you usually come up with something unexpected.”
Speaking of stealing ideas, Dallasites will soon have an opportunity to take home advice from the actress and design guru herself at a discussion and book signing of The House That Pinterest Built. Dallas Market Center, in partnership with Aidan Gray, will host Keaton on Thursday, January 18 as part of its upcoming January Total Home & Gift Market (January 17 to 23).
“Diane Keaton’s personal style and legendary skills as an actress are matched by a keen design eye,” Cindy Morris, Dallas Market Center president and CEO said in a statement. “We are thrilled to welcome her to Dallas and to hear about her inspiring journey to create a home reflecting her imagination and unique attention to detail. I encourage everyone to make plans to listen, to learn, and to be inspired.”
The presentation will begin at 1 p.m. in the atrium of the World Trade Center. The book signing will begin at 2:30 at the Aidan Gray showroom (WTC 10009), where copies of The House That Pinterest Built will be available for purchase.