Tricia Guild

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Tricia Guild

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Published on the eve of the fortieth anniversary of Designers Guild, this lavishly illustrated portfolio showcases the latest interior designs by one of the world's most acclaimed designers. This is Tricia Guild's most ambitious and sumptuous book to date: a stunning survey of interiors that feature her signature sense of contemporary traditional style with layers of pattern, bold colors, and varying textures. Always at the forefront of interior design, Tricia Guild has achieved critical acclaim with her up-to-the-minute collections of fabrics, wallpapers, and furnishings that showcase her unparalleled gift for color, innate understanding of space and proportion, and sheer brilliance at mixing patterns and textures. She blends femininity and understated elegance in her uniquely innovative yet classic approach whether designing a sleek Manhattan loft, a casual English country bedroom, a rustic Mediterranean-style hacienda, or an eclectic Parisian apartment. Truly a feast for the eye, the book features layers of pattern and color, a stunning binding with several different materials and textures, and three different types of paper.

This hardcover book measures 9½ inches by 13 3/8 inches. Published September 28, 2010.

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Brand: Random House

Origin: United States

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