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From the editors of domino magazine, two essential guides to interior design and decorating, now in one gorgeous gift package. Since launching in 2005, domino has attracted a fiercely loyal following, which looks to the brand as the definitive source for decorating and style. domino: The Book of Decorating, now with an updated resource section, takes readers room by room through a home, breaking down the elements of a successful design. domino: Your Guide to a Stylish Home dives deep into the specifics of home decorating, showing how to use key elements like rugs, lighting, and fabric to build a design. These two complementary volumes, both in the friendly and authoritative voice of domino, are full of lavish, four-colour photography and art; sidebars; tips; tricks of the trade; and resources, making this boxed set the perfect gift for any home decorator.
Trip Haenisch has decorated homes for celebrities over the past three decades, and partnered with the interior world s elite, but it s his unique eclectic style that s established him as one of Hollywood s top designers. Fusing refined creativity with the unexpected, his modern, artistic aesthetic mixes the traditional with the contemporary to create luxurious yet livable spaces for his notable clients like Courteney Cox, Hank Azaria, and Laura Dern. With a foreword by Courteney Cox, Personal Space: Trip Haenisch celebrates the designer s stylish homes, highlighting a selection of his top design projects from celebrity homes in Bel Air and the Pacific Palisades to a chic mountain abode in Park City. Featuring beautiful photography that showcases the interiors of these eclectically designed dwellings the final product is always a sharp yet comfortable space, focusing on function while greatly prizing aesthetic. This gorgeous tome is an essential addition for style and interior design enthusiasts.Trip Haenisch began his design career in 1996, and has continued his design excellence in his independent practice, Trip Haenisch and Associates. One of Hollywood s Top 20 Interior Designers by the Hollywood Reporter, Haenisch s work has been featured in countless publications such as Architectural Digest, Los Angeles Times, and Vogue.
In this groundbreaking book, Sarah Susanka looks at the key design concepts behind all well-designed homes. With these essential ideas, she allows all homeowners to transform a house from mere shelter into a comfortable home filled with character and beauty. The author presents 27 key concepts that can be applied to any home - no matter what the style or size. Using 30 best-designed ideal homes, she brings these concepts to life with 150 specific and inspirational examples - from something as simple as placing a rug under a table to defining one room from another with a framed archway or opening. - Space - Entrances - Sequences - Ceiling Heights - Interior Views - Layering - Changes in Level - Public to Private - Enclosure - Light - Reflecting Surfaces - Window Positioning - Views - Order - Pattern - Alignments - Points of Focus - Expressed Structure -
The country's most popular interior design magazine presents a gorgeous and inspiring book that whisks you off on a private tour through some of the world's most stunning homes. Whether your dream home is a chic city space or a place filled with tropical sunshine, you'll find it here! This ultimate collection from House Beautiful celebrates the art of living beautifully, from a rustic yet refined mountain retreat in Lake Tahoe to an all-season cozy cabin on a private lake in the Adirondacks; from a Montreal townhouse to a serene Swedish summer sanctuary. Throughout the book, gorgeous photographs--including never-before-seen images--pair with advice from influential names in the interior world on how to create your own dream home. Locations include Bahamas, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Montreal, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ontario, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Sweden, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin.
Showcasing the inspiring approach to interiors of highly acclaimed designer Kit Kemp, this book shares the stories behind each room Kit lends her hand to. Following on from the hugely successful "A Living Space," Kit Kemp is back with another stunning interiors book that presents her signature style and ever-changing approach to design. As always, Kit brings life and interest to the rooms she styles and avoids taking design too seriously, playing with scale, color, and pattern to create personal, handcrafted spaces.Featuring the inspiration behind her effortlessly stylish rooms and buildings, this book provides real insight into the way Kit approaches a room and the success she achieves with each space. Also exploring her collaborations with artists, this is an intriguing look at Kit s way of styling an intoxicating mix of contemporary and antique elements, a playful approach to fabrics and color, and an individual eye for art. Every room that Kit breathes life into has a story to tell."
From best-selling author and design icon Chris Madden comes the first book on her design philosophy, and how to achieve her comfortable, chic style. Design expert Chris Madden has spent years chronicling other people's beautiful rooms. Now, for the first time, she presents her own design sensibility as illustrated by examples such as her elegant one hundred-year-old carriage house in upstate New York and a mid-century modern family getaway in the mountains of Vermont. Organized by type of room, each house is explored--from entryways to bedrooms, kitchens, living rooms, mudrooms, greenhouses, and terraces, as well as specialty rooms like yoga studios and a man's study--through rich photography and dozens of practical styling tips. Readers learn how to layer fabrics and colors for seasonal decorating; how to repurpose materials; and how to recognize a room's quality of light. Also featured are sidebars on caring for guests, collecting, and living in an old house versus a modern house. An avid gardener, Madden explores the way outdoor space frames and supports a house. This lush and elegant volume is an eminently practical resource of ideas for creating rooms in which to celebrate family, entertain friends, and provide personal sanctuary.
Working 2017/2018 is the new design yearbook for connoisseurs and people who love the beautiful and good things in life. Around 500 pages of inspiring images and informative texts will guide you through the areas of bathroom and spa products, vehicles with accessories, consumer electronics and cameras as well as communication. The yearbook also introduces you to the design team of the year as well as interesting features on the individual designers and jury members. Working 2017/2018 shows in an incomparably appealing manner how good design can impact on lifestyle. This makes it an inspiration for design professionals and students, but also for heads of purchasing, marketing strategists and anyone who is enthusiastic about ground-breaking product design and a special lifestyle.
"The botanical trend tends to grow" - Style-files.com. Green in your interior is the new trend. Not only growing plants and flowers but also using them as a stylish element in your interior to create the perfect atmosphere. By showing different interiors where plants are the protagonist, this book shows how you can transform your house into an oasis of green. With 80% inspiration and 20% practical tips to give each plant the perfect spot and an overview of their characteristics.
Andrew Martin's trusted annual interiors review is here, celebrating the high art of interior design with the same expert and international eye as ever. From clean-line purity to the ultimate homely hygge, Volume 22 of the Interior Design Review delivers the most renowned, innovative, and exceptional interior design of the past year. "My home is my castle." For each of us, home is a retreat, a comfort, and a space we delight in designing to our taste and needs. This year, as every year, teNeues delivers fresh interiors inspiration with the 500-page Interior Design Review from leading design house, Andrew Martin. As well as nominating Designer of the Year-the "Oscar of the Design World"-this trusted book presents leading interior designers around the world and their best work from the past year, spanning a thrilling range of interior aesthetics from opulent to minimalist, urban sophisticate to Scandinavian-inspired hygge. Whatever style you're looking for, Interior Design Review promises a true bounty of ideas. Founded in 1978 by Martin Waller, Andrew Martin International is the seal of distinctive interiors to help you make each space special. The Andrew Martin International Interior Designer of the Year Award celebrates the best of design from all around the world. Designers from all 6 continents take part. Winners: Ohara Davies-Gaetano (USA), Erin Martin (USA), Nicky Haslam (UK), Steve Leung (Hong Kong), Jorge Canete (Switzerland), Rose Uniacke (UK), One Plus Partnership (Hong Kong), Rabih Hage (Lebanon), Martyn Lawrence-Bullard (USA), Axel Vervoordt (Belgium), Kit Kemp (UK), Helene Forbes Hennie (Norway) Taylor Howes (UK), Tara Bernerd (UK), Jamie Drake (USA), Zeynep Fadillioglu (Turkey), Amanda Rosa (UK), Jean de Meulder (Belgium), Stephen Falcke (South Africa), Michael Reeves (UK), Thomas Pheasant (USA), Kelly Hoppen (UK)
From a festive al fresco gathering to a fun pool party to an extravaganza in an exotic locale, Veranda's stunning collection shows you how to give your guests the time of their lives. It's the magazine's ultimate inspirational guide to throwing a sophisticated and stylish event, big or small, inside or out. Achieve that elusive X-Factor that makes your event stand out!
Foreword by Alexandre Ricard. 'A thoroughly splendid and very persuasive paean to the glories of the home bar. If you have secretly dreamed of building a bar inside your house, then you need this book.' Victoria Moore Home Bar covers all aspects of home bar design in addition to offering inspiration advice on how to create it; from which drinks to include, glassware and fridges, to recipes from some key bartenders and truly inspiring interiors. Whether you hanker after a small, stylish bar cart for a tiny urban apartment or are planning a bespoke entertainment space in your home, indoors or out, Home Bar is a comprehensive resource and a go-to inspirational manual of discerning drinks. With exclusive access to the owner of Pernod Ricard's own glamorous home bar in the south of France, this book will appeal to Mad Men fans, millenials for whom a homemade cocktail from a drinks trolley is the height of cool, and also to any discerning drinker fascinated by the mystique of soda syphons, cocktail kits and seriously interesting aperitifs and digestifs. Written by a leading authority on drink, Home Bar includes photographs from Simon Upton, one of the world's leading interiors photographers working in exclusive homes. With images from major bar cart retailers too, this book is a beautiful, comprehensive and indispensable reference for cool drinks at home, anytime.
In his most personal book to date, William Yeoward reveals his passion for colour, his inspirations and the "stories" behind his unique use of colour as he takes you on a journey through a dazzling array of beautiful homes. Known for his chic and stylish colour combinations, William Yeoward reveals his colour secrets, starting with the classic combination of blue and white - there are cobalt silk sofas, indigo linen armchairs, aquamarine and white patterned ceramics and sapphire plush cushions, all combined to evoke a sense of luxury, in William's trademark style. The unique colour stories in the book include red, white and blue in a villa in France, a comfortable coastal retreat with hints of pink, taking you through to lavender and amethyst in the country and the city, soft grey studies in living rooms and table settings, a blazing ochre red contemporary cottage, an orange rustic barn dinner, and a red and steel outdoor kitchen. This is William's fourth book and is the first one to focus on his passion for colour and the sumptuous interiors that can be created by focusing on details and by layering opulent textures, prints and proportions.
Did you know your home can speak volumes if you want it to? Volume offers a European trip with nine seasoned art and design professionals who know the ropes. Listen to their life stories, use their insider secrets, and design an interior that says everything about who you are in a meaningful, sophisticated and colourful way. Tell your own story with your interior - and don't forget to add a little craziness! If your guests say, 'I don't know where to look first!' when they first see your home, then you're probably on the right track. Stop being so modest and start enjoying everything you have to the fullest!
Dr. Sally Augustin helps people design spaces that are much more than just clean or clutter-free--it helps them design spaces to support their deepest goals. It's a mind-opening new way of working with the space around us every day. A widely published Fellow of the American Psychological Association, Sally has produced work featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Elle Decor, House Beautiful, The Guardian, Forbes, Huffington Post, Psychology Today, Prevention, Salon, Self and more. She's a contributor both to the Harvard Business Review and Psychology Today, and her clients include Kohler, Sherwin-Williams, Intel, CPP, Inc. (owners of the Meyers-Briggs personality test), The American Society of Interior Designers, and more. Based on the insights of environmental psychology, Sally Augustin has developed a fascinating new concept of PlaceType, eight different patterns of human psychology that encode our response to surroundings. Like COLOR ME BEAUTIFUL, which enabled millions of women to instantly understand their "season" and chose the most flattering colors for makeup and fashion, DESIGNOLOGY gives readers the tools they need to instantly understand themselves and how to work with the world around them. DESIGNOLOGY cuts through the fads of clutter and cleaning books and delivers the clear, uncomplicated truth about why we respond to certain spaces in certain ways, and how we can use colors, scents, and other sensory experiences to create spaces that serve our real needs. Sally Augustin delivers straightforward action plans we need to develop places where we can live our best lives.
A valuable resource for design professionals, historians, and enthusiasts, this book chronicles the development of modern interior design in the United States in the 1930s. With detailed descriptions and more than 200 archival images, design historian Marilyn F. Friedman presents more than 100 interiors by 50 designers and architects, including work by design luminaries Donald Deskey, Paul T. Frankl, Cedric Gibbons, William Lescaze, Tommi Parzinger, Eugene Schoen, Walter Dorwin Teague, Joseph Urban, and Kem Weber. Friedman also draws attention to lesser known male and female designers, including Joseph Aronson, Virginia Conner, Freda Diamond, Robert Heller, and Eleanor Le Maire. Interiors include private commissions, model homes, and exhibition displays that spanned the economic spectrum, from those created for wealthy patrons, such as Walter Annenberg and Abby Rockefeller Milton, to those designed with affordability in mind. The designers of the 1930s had a determination to forge a contemporary style, rejecting the revivalism that had defined American design during the nineteenth century. They drew their inspiration from diverse sources, such as Art Deco, the Bauhaus, the Viennese Secession, Shintoism, and streamlining, and they embraced new concepts in construction, materials, and style. Over the course of the decade they developed a framework for modern interior design that was faithful to core principles of simplicity, practicality and comfort, a conceptual framework that continues to define American modern interior design today.
From beautiful design details that inspire to pretty personal spaces you'll want to call your own, this stunning volume from Veranda captures the allure of luxurious decorating. Learn all there is to know about creating a glorious home. VerandaDecorating takes you on an A-Z journey through the essentials of decorating, from "Antiques" and "Art" to "Zoning." Dozens of spectacular photographs showcase sophisticated furnishings and design aesthetics, and this book--authored by Veranda Senior Editor Mario L pez-Cordero with a foreword by Clinton Smith, the magazine's Editor in Chief--perfectly juxtaposes practical decorating advice alongside inspiring images of fabulous rooms, chic home accents, and more.
An exclusive look behind the closed doors of Hong Kong's most extravagant and unusual homes, this elegant illustrated book reveals the interior style that has given the island its reputation for excess, exoticism, and masterly application of East-Meets-West aesthetics. Private Hong Kong invites you into the secluded country residence of entrepreneur David Tang, the golden fantasy palace of leading socialites Kai Bong and Brenda Chau, the stately governor's mansion, and a luxurious Chinese junk complete with marble bathroom and Renoir painting. In addition to these and many other homes, the book includes a Visitor's Guide, listing the places to see and be seen in while staying in the city, and a Chinese Decorative Arts chapter that will inspire even the most informed collectors.
Sumptuously illustrated with photographs and room schemes that are bound to inspire, The Emotional Home is the definitive interior design guide from renowned designer, Orly Robinzon. This stunning book showcases inspiring images of the room schemes of some of her latest projects. Offering invaluable advice on creating beautiful aesthetic spaces for making a home, home, Robinzon shares her inspirational tips and advice to help you with your next home-decorating project, however big or small in scale, to ensure it is functional, beautifully designed, and provides an interior that blends seamlessly with any landscape or outdoor environment, and which suits the way you live. Robinzon provides expert guidance on her use of colour, texture, lighting, furniture, art and other decorative elements to create a comfortable and elegant home that imbues an emotional response, and resonates with those looking to create a stylish and cosy sanctuary at home.
Express your creativity while supporting Alzheimer's and dementia patients. These 8 designs are full of interesting beads, bobbles and textures that many patients find reassuring and comforting. Each design is made using different types of yarn and textures. Patterns are given for each embellishment used, or you may create your own.
Here is Christmas decorating, history, architecture, and interior design wrapped in one sparkling package. Three-hundred and sixty-three gorgeous, inspiring images provide leisurely looks at historic house interiors magically decorated for Christmas. Begin with the Foreword by Christopher Radko, famed re-creator of vintage Christmas ornaments. Tour historic holiday homes from Filoli to Colonial Williamsburg, and look inside San Antonio's most beautiful house--the Spanish Governor's Palace. Marvel that a typical ranch-style house was home to two future US presidents, a first lady, and two governors. Visit the honeymoon home of Bill and Hillary Clinton. Enjoy the modest dwelling of Canadian WW I flying ace Billy Bishop, and tour the "castle" of Model A creator Edsel Ford. Some houses' Christmas decorations are period correct; others are joyfully au courant.
Essentially French is perfect for anyone who seeks ideas for their own French-inspired interior, or for those who simply want to dream... In Essentially French, renowned antiques dealer and stylist Josephine Ryan offers a privileged glimpse into the homes of antiques dealers who have a passion for French style. Step into a world of timeless elegance and transform your home with this beautiful guide to French-style interiors. The homes featured include farmhouses, townhouses and apartments, and their decorative styles may differ, but all have something in common - each and every one showcases the beauty of traditional French furniture and accessories, and demonstrates the understated elegance of French life. From the chic simplicity of a Parisian apartment to the picturesque charm of a Provencal farmhouse, the homes in this book illustrate many facets of classic French style.
Joanne Palmisano is passionate about the joy and importance of reuse in home decor. Whether it's reclaimed, repurposed, recycled, salvaged or antique, she will show you how to turn an old piece into a stunning decorative object. Styling with Salvage provides an aspirational-but-achievable plan for all who wish to bring some character, style and soul into their home. Included are ways to design with salvage when you seek to add colour or are working with monochromatic palettes and inspiration on styling and displaying collections. Filled with Susan Teare's gorgeous photography, this book will inspire everyone who picks it up to reclaim their spaces with reclaimed materials.
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