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The Shopkeeper's Home: The World's Best Independent Retailers and their Stylish ...
Have you ever wondered what the homes of the owners of these beautiful retail spaces might be like? Caroline Rowland visits both the stores and the homes of more than 30 of the most stylish independent lifestyle retailers to give you a peek behind the scenes. The first part of the book gives core interior decorating advice using elements from the shopkeepers’ stores and homes. It describes inspirational furniture and lighting ideas, suggests ways to store and display everything from books to quirky collections, and offers advice on layout, walls and floors too. Caroline Rowland uses the second half to take us th...
The Splendor of Cuba: 450 Years of Architecture and Interiors
An unprecedented tour of stunning and architecturally significant Cuban palacios, mansions, and private homes that have been meticulously preserved, previously un-photographed, and inaccessible to visitors. At a time when more travelers are rediscovering Cuba, this lavishly illustrated volume offers a different view of the island's cultural achievements. It presents not the picturesque Cuba of Castro's era, with its derelict buildings and peeling paint, but the opulent world of the Spanish Creole aristocracy of the colonial period, with its Mudejar craftsmanship and baroque palacios, the sugarcane plantations (ingenios)...
The Stuff of Life - How to banish clutter and style and display your most treasu...
In her gorgeous new book, sought-after interiors stylist Hilary Robertson reveals a multitude of different ways to style and display the 'stuff of life' - the flotsam and jetsam of possessions, from pictures and ornaments to hats and bicycles, that we all gradually accumulate. In the first chapter, How to Arrange your Stuff, Hilary identifies and illustrates four different approaches to arrangements and shows how each one can be achieved. Chapter 2, Where to Arrange It, considers the variety of display locations available and how to make the most of them, from blank walls to windowsills and tabletops. Finally, in Storie...
The Swedish Room By Lars Sjoberg
Each picture in this book could stand alone as a work of art - a testament to Sweden's innate sense of style. Period by period, house by house, breathtaking images and elegantly authoritative text focus on those special features of the traditional Swedish room that have made it one of the major influences on decorating today. Every room is inviting, whether it is a royal guest room, an artistocratic boudoir, or a farmer's kitchen. Every detail is enchanting, from the simple checks and stripes of the fabrics to the way they adorn window frames and form bed canopies, from the elegant outlines of a Gustavian chair ...
The Tailored Interior
Every space tells a story, and every great story begins with a dream of the perfect interior. For years, award-winning interior designer Greg Natale has been turning dreams into reality with his chic, elegant and beautiful interiors. In The Tailored Interior, he guides us through the creative process from finding inspiration and establishing a concept, to layering pieces for contrast and balance, and adding the finishing touches to help us create our very own spectacular living spaces. With stunning photography by Anton Smart, this book showcases some of the incredible spaces Greg has created, from the striking monoc...
The ultimate guide for apartments
This book presents seventeen apartments, lofts and penthouses recently completed by renowned interior architects. With over 300 unique photographs, this new title in our ultimate guide series is a wealth of information for anyone with a contemporary apartment intending to carry out redesign work or do a makeover.
The Ultimate Guide for Contemporary Living
This brand new series showcases recent projects of famous interior architects and designers. Each project in this book is contemporary and cutting edge. Seriously over large thick book. Text in English, French and Dutch.
The Ultimate Guide for Outdoor Living
In this new book, garden and landscape architects and garden design agencies show their most recent projects. Traditional, rural and contemporary, minimalist gardens are presented here. In addition the current trends in outdoor furniture, swimming pool construction and oak outbuildings, all perfectly integrated in the garden and the surrounding landscape, are illustrated with hundreds of inspiring photographs. Trilingual: English / French / Dutch
The Well-Worn Interior
Drawing on a range of interiors worldwide, this book illustrates the timeless appeal of older houses, and what we can learn from them. Organized by theme - entertaining, living, sleeping, cooking, bathing and outdoor rooms - the book revolves around how modern lifestyles have changed our domestic arrangements to meet the demands of time. We are encouraged to learn from the past to make the most of older houses for our contemporary modes of living, often seamlessly mixing the old and new. An extensive illustrated reference section reveals how long-neglected techniques, such as limewash, flat-oil paint, graining and gildi...
The Works of Matrix Design II: 2010-2015
This book presents carefully selected projects, executed by the Matrix team over the last three years. The projects can be divided into several categories: living spaces, office spaces, clubs, sales centres, and other public spaces. Their design concepts, functional design, and construction technology not only offers designers new inspiration, but also provides a rich sensory experience for design enthusiasts. More than twenty outstanding projects, with exquisite colour photographs and detailed descriptions, bring the reader unprecedented visual feasts. In addition to the great number of photographs, there is an abu...
The World of Biedermeier
Biedermeier furniture and interior design are recognized today as the first great flowering of haute bourgeois taste in interior design. Beginning in the early 19th century, these bourgeois ideals in design were pursued by a wide range of society from the Hapsburgs and Hohenzollern rulers to the middle classes, from Middle Europe to Italy. Yet Biedermeier's innate classicism, its lyrical and elegant forms, have made it an influential inspiration in our own time. "The World of Biedermeier" celebrates the elements of the style in furniture, decorative elements, paintings, crystal, porcelain and fabrics.
The World of Shabby Chic: Beautiful Homes, My Story & Vision
In this inspiring and useful design bible of the ever-popular Shabby Chic style, creator Rachel Ashwell shares her twenty-five years of work, showing readers how to apply her look to their own homes. A large, comfortable slipcovered sofa. Painted antique furniture. A palette and patina of soft colours and faded antiques. The essence of Shabby Chic is a romantic and charming interior filled with well-worn and well-loved objects, a look that is about comfort yet always remains chic. Celebrating the now-iconic Shabby Chic aesthetic, this design bible includes all the best of the look-from furniture, linens, paint colours a...
Think Home - How to take the thoughtful path and plan as professional interior d...
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 ...
Thomas O'Brien: Library House
Thomas O’Brien’s name has long been synonymous with vintage elegance, modernism, and warm, livable design, so it’s no surprise that his luxurious homes in Bellport, Long Island, have attracted significant attention. Thomas O’Brien: Library House captures the gorgeous architecture, interiors, lush gardens, and myriad collections of the effortlessly formal and classic home and design studio (The Library) next door to his celebrated Academy house. In describing the process of imagining and building this dream project—a new house that looks as if it had been built over generations—the book also provides a view i...
Thomas Pheasant: Simply Serene
Interior designer Thomas Pheasant is best known for his Thomas Pheasant is best known for his seamless melding of tradition and the contemporary. His spaces are fresh and of the age yet also enduringly timeless. This lavish offering of his work gives the reader a sensible, artful approach to interior design
Timeless Interiors and Renovations by Beta-Plus
In this new book sixteen renovations and interior projects are presented, surprising in their own variety and spread around the world. Projects by: Bernard De Clerck - Maison Hand - Lionel Jadot - Nicolas Schuybroek - Govaert-Vanhoutte- K2A Architecture / Permis de Construire - Stéphane Boens - Handelsmann + Khaw - Studio P Architects - Archiplan Studio - Obumex - Horsch Interiors - Atelier Passe Partout- Kathleen Walsh Interiors - Studio Charvet - Vlassak-Verhulst. Trilingual version (English/French/Dutch).
Timeless Living: An Anthology
This book presents a compilation of the best houses, interiors and gardens in a timeless style. With over 500 unique photographs.
Tino Zervudachi: A Portfolio
Explore the varied and incredibly chic residences crafted by internationally acclaimed decorator Tino Zervudachi in his first monograph, 'Effortless Elegance'. Tino applies his unfaltering and flawless design to projects as diverse and all-encompassing as a Parisian chateau, a Swiss chalet, a zen refuge in Tokyo, a Mediterranean villa, and even a 45-meter long yacht, with a result that is never short of breathtaking. Tino's respect for the individual personality and cultural environment of each space he decorates, and his fearless ability to splash a room with a bold colour, or to accent it with a striking piece of cont...
Tom Scheerer Decorates
In an age in which houses exhibiting unchecked exuberance, high drama or conspicuous luxury get all the attention, leading interior designer Tom Scheerer has cultivated his own more restrained brand of chic, a look he modestly describes as cheerful and no nonsense. But it is so much more. In New York apartments, Brooklyn brownstones, Bahamian country clubs, and Maine summer houses, Scheerer has created rooms that are crisp, confident, classic and unfailingly correct but also visually enthralling. His sophistication is extreme, but it is accessible, relaxed, and a touch under baked, as Scheerer says, because he thinks th...
Tony Duquette's Dawnridge
Designer Tony Duquette’s legendary Dawnridge, located in Beverly Hills, is one of the most creatively designed private homes in America. Built in 1949 by Duquette and his wife, Elizabeth, the original structure was a modest 30 x 30 foot box. Hutton Wilkinson purchased the home following Duquette’s death in 1999, and he has since breathed new life into the estate, broadening the property, adding houses of his own design, and incorporating remarkable objects designed and created by the Duquettes. Written by Wilkinson, Tony Duquette’s Dawnridge chronicles the luxe and historic home’s transformation. The book is org...
Traditional Interiors: Leta Austin Foster
Leta Austin Foster is among House Beautiful’s most influential interior designers of the 20th century, and has been hailed by House and Garden as one of the “100 Greatest Interior Decorators.” Whether it’s a 19th-century Virginia family home or a modern South Florida country club, Foster believes that any space can be beautiful and comfortable at the same time. This philosophy has inspired the design of countless homes across the country. With an eye to fine detail, Foster (headquartered in Palm Beach) and two of her daughters, Sallie Giordano (New York City) and India Foster (Palm Beach), have created comfortab...
Traditional Now: Interiors by David Kleinberg
Trained in the legendary design office Parish-Hadley Associates, Kleinberg's work reflects that firm's sophisticated, quietly nuanced design. This luxurious volume covers the residential work of New York-based Kleinberg, whose more than thirty-year career has brought him attention and great respect throughout the industry. Preeminent interior designer David Kleinberg is the founder and principal of the New York office David Kleinberg Design Associates. Over thirty years (including his sixteen-year tenure at Parish-Hadley), Kleinberg has worked on dozens of projects. Kleinberg's rooms, characterized by an understated mod...
Traité de perspective d'architecture intérieure
This important work strives to present the traditional perspective built without falling into the ease of always reductive extension. At the time of computerised procedures this book shows not only a deep understanding of the implications of the perspective but also to assimilate the techniques for performing complex perspectives. The representation of the Interior follows the common rules of perspective and respect conventions, she however this individual develops from our perception of a volume that contains and extends beyond our field of vision. This is a difficulty which, in many cases forcing the designer to inter...
Tricia Guild Paint Box
So many people find choosing colours that work together to be the most challenging part of doing up their homes. The trick to putting together rooms that are good to look at as well as easy to live in is to start with a colour palette that suits you and your situation. Tricia Guild has spent her life working with colour, pattern and texture to create beautiful rooms and producing collections of paint, fabric and wallpapers – the colour palettes she uses to achieve them. In this inspiring and practical book she's lifted the lid on her ‘paint box’, providing visual inspiration, expert advice and 45 bespoke palett...
Tropical Chic: Palm Beach at Home
Palm Beach interiors have long reflected the travels, penchants, and whimsies of the town’s worldly inhabitants. But as real estate on this tiny barrier island becomes increasingly valuable, residents are calling upon world-class designers to help fine-tune their visions, giving rise to a fresh tropical design vernacular. Fashion designer Josie Natori, for instance, asked architect Calvin Tsao to transform a standard two-bedroom apartment into an airy retreat with rattan furniture and ethnic accessories that are perfectly suited to Palm Beach’s subtropical setting and pay tribute to her Asian heritage. These homes a...
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