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ISBN : 1938461819
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Language : en
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Barbara Lane Interiors takes readers on a stunning photographic tour of the art-filled, meticulously tailored interiors designed by Barbara Lane, whose lifelong passion for collecting avant-garde paintings, sculpture, and furniture and whose acute attention to comfort, originality, and custom detail are reflected in more than 25 homes and executive offices from New York to Miami to Paris. Presented in this book for the first time, Lane's remarkable body of work, spanning more than four decades, focuses fresh attention on the importance of art and design in our everyday lives. Celebrated here is an international list of the 20th- and 21st-century's most revered, inspiring, and ground-breaking artists, including Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Longo, Claes Oldenburg, Cindy Sherman, Cy Twombly, and Andy Warhol. Lane's interiors also present furniture by such 20th-century modern masters as André Arbus, Jean Royère, and Jacques Quinet, as well as the work of the finest contemporary designers, including Eric Schmitt, Philippe Anthonioz, Christian Astuguevieille, and many others. Captured by the design world's most accomplished photographers, Barbara Lane's one-of-a-kind interiors offer a rare and deeply personal invitation to enter the private spaces of visionary collectors.

Category : Architecture
Editor : Beta Plus
ISBN : 9089441123
Type : PDF, Epub and Kindle
Language : en
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This innovative new series documents, through the use of stunning colour photographs, 100 of the very best designs and projects relating to a specific room or feature. Each title displays a variety of different interior design and architectural styles, e

Category : House & Home
Editor : Ryland Peters & Small
ISBN : 9781782499190
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Language : en
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“We work with Hilton because he’s both a plant stylist and an incredible plant-care wizard. Hilton doesn’t just teach you how to get your plants to thrive – he teaches you how to bond with them.” - Apartment Therapy Bestselling author Hilton Carter brings his unique eye and love of plants to show you how to create luscious interiors that not only look amazing but are good for your well-being, too. Hilton first guides you through his own plant journey, his inspirations, and his top ten favourite house plants. He then takes you on a Journey in Greenery where he showcases the homes of 12 inspiring plant parents that demonstrate the versatility of decorating with plants. From a tiny house in Venice, California and a light-filled loft in New York City, to a Berlin apartment decorated with vintage finds, and the Barcelona home of a ceramic artist, there are ideas for all types of spaces and budgets. Hilton then sets you off on your very own plant journey, taking you room by room, profiling the plants that are most suited to each: those that thrive in the tropical humidity of bathrooms, the erratic heat changes of kitchens and plants that can live happily in the indirect light of an entryway or bedroom. Packed full of interior design advice such as using ‘statement plants’ like Fiddle-leaf figs to create a focal point, how to layer your greenery by using hanging baskets, and how to assemble the perfect plant shelf, Hilton shows you how bringing houseplants into your home creates instant impact. Be inspired to create your own Wild Interiors with Hilton’s expert styling advice, plus his hints and tips on plant care that take the mystery out of looking after your green friends.

Category : Interior decoration
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ISBN : STANFORD:36105020929126
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Language : en
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Category : House & Home
Editor : Clarkson Potter
ISBN : 9781984823922
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Language : en
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NATIONAL BESTSELLER • The trendsetting designer known for her effortless style shares the secrets of the art of layering, with more than 250 gorgeous photographs of her signature interiors. “Livability is my true north. The materials I use time and again all change with age and wear. Not only is that okay, it’s how you achieve more than a re-creation of what you’ve already seen, or what somebody else has done. You can do this, too—I promise.”—from the introduction Designing a room with all the vibes comes down to how you layer your décor. The more you can mix the elements of your room—your pillows, objects, patterns, and lighting—the more finished it’ll feel: not too new, not too old, but just right. Known for her eclectic approach that stems from her California cool, Amber Lewis trains your eye in Made for Living, offering friendly advice on everything from nailing that perfect shade of paint to mismatching patterns with wild abandon to choosing a stone finish for new countertops. These pages will help you design a home that's made to be lived in.

Category : Architecture
Editor : Watson-Guptill Publications
ISBN : STANFORD:36105114191245
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Language : en
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This volume in the highly successful New American series offers an in-depthook at cutting edge interior design in homes and apartments throughout thenited States. More than 20 projects are featured by some of the mostrominent and creative architects and interior designers in the United States.elected for excellence in design and creative use of furnishings, colours,nd materials, each project is treated as a case study that includes a floorlan, and rich, professional photography of the interiors. Readers will findiverse design strategies and solutions applied to interiors of all sizes in wide range of styles and budgets.

Category : Design
Editor : HarperCollins
ISBN : 9780062671813
Type : PDF, Epub and Kindle
Language : en
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In this lavish full-color volume featuring 225 photographs, Taavo Somer, the creative mind behind Freemans, the iconic New York City restaurant, barber, menswear shop, and bespoke tailor, reveals the creative process behind the development and design of the "rustic-luxe" and holistic approach of this cultural phenomenon and pioneering brand. Nestled in a secluded alleyway off Rivington Street on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, Freemans Restaurant is an oasis of calm, beauty, and exquisite food in a crowded, chaotic city. Founded by Somer—one of the defining figures in the New York social and design culture for more than a decade—this one-of-a-kind eatery with rustic décor has redefined New York dining since its opening in 2004. A dozen years later, Somer’s vision has extended to other eateries and bars such as his restaurant, ISA, in Williamsburg, which references 1970s California, and the Rusty Knot, a nautical-themed dive bar in the West Village, as well as a men’s clothing line and bespoke tailoring services, a barbershop model that has been emulated the world over, and an organic approach to interior design that speaks to the soul. Somer was the first to establish the now popular "lumberjack chic" style; the interior of his bars and restaurants—with furnishings handcrafted by the designer in his unique, signature style—harken back to the beauty and simplicity of more rustic times. Now, in his first book, Somer opens the doors to the Freemans world. With an elegant, sumptuous design and dozens of color photographs shot specifically for the book, Freemans showcases the interiors of his numerous Freemans ventures, other restaurant spaces he’s conceived and owns, as well as the classic, superbly tailored American-made men’s clothing, bespoke suits, barbershop, and food and drink that comprise Somer’s iconic—and now much-copied—style. Somer reveals the inspiration behind Freemans—including the restaurant down the alley, acclaimed menswear store Freemans Sporting Club, and the pioneering Freemans Sporting Club Barbershop—sharing the story of his evolution as an architect, designer, and tastemaker, from his rural Pennsylvania childhood to his architectural apprenticeship in Minneapolis to his arrival in New York, where at first he designed t-shirts and threw parties in a Financial District strip club. Freemans also takes fans into the nineteenth-century farmhouse in upstate New York he renovated and landscaped, inside his restaurant ISA, and bar the Rusty Knot, and across the world to the Freemans Sporting Club store in Tokyo, the remarkable four-story townhouse he designed, which has rarely been seen by an American audience. A comprehensive exploration of Somer’s singular vision, Freemans will appeal to the many devotees of the Freemans world, as well as lovers of fine living through its exploration of design, dining, architecture, gardens, and men’s fashion.

Category : Architecture
Editor : John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
ISBN : UOM:39015062877736
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Language : en
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Category : Architecture
Editor : Courier Corporation
ISBN : UOM:39015020816917
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Language : en
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Descriptive notes and a discussion of stylistic influences augment one hundred thirty-one rare photographs portraying the interiors of New York City homes, businesses, and public places between 1893 and 1916

Category : Interior decoration
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ISBN : UCSD:31822010939593
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Language : en
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