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William Yeoward at Home

William Yeoward at Home Author William Yeoward
ISBN-10 1782492372
Release 2015-07-01
Pages 176
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In his third book, William Yeoward shows you the interiors most personal to him--his country home and city apartment. Both are decorated in his unique style, mixing furniture, soft furnishings, and collectibles from both his own ranges and those he admires. William Yeoward at Home isn't just a glimpse into William's surroundings--it also contains a wealth of inspiration and advice for elegant living in town and country, with simply stunning photography throughout.



William Yeoward on Entertaining

William Yeoward on Entertaining Author William Yeoward
ISBN-10 1906094624
Release 2008
Pages 176
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William Yeoward's passion for good company and sumptuousdining inspires the vibrancy and elegance of his table settings and the beauty of the tableware designs for which he is internationally renowned. This book shows you how to emulate William's sense of occasion with 21 table settings and menus. He applies his unique touch to creating a Wedding Buffet and a Christmas Lunch, but also shows how ordinary occasions can be lifted into the realms of fantasy and drama. Try the Boating Lunch, or make Breakfast for Two a memory to be treasured. Create your own mood: look at the sophisticated elegance of Chic Dining or the fun of the Fantasy Breakfast.* William Yeoward on Entertaining is the ideal companion for anyone wanting to throw the perfect party.* Discover how attention to the tiniest detail enhances theambience of any social gathering.* Illuminating photography by Paul Ryan.



Perfect Tables

Perfect Tables Author William Yeoward
ISBN-10 1908170131
Release 2011-10-01
Pages 160
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Perfect Tables showcases twenty-six stunning ideas for tables by William Yeoward, a highly respected designer of fine tableware. Discover beautiful tables for Thanksgiving, Christmas, a midsummer wedding and Valentine’s Day, plus informal settings for a buffet supper, a children’s tea party and the perfect breakfast. William reveals his secrets for transforming tables with key items and with colour to enhance mood and theme. With tips on table etiquette and clever and inspiring ideas for everything from laying cutlery, china and glassware with precision to tying napkins and choosing flowers, William shows how attention to the tiniest detail adds to the ambience of any table. • Offers planning advice and styling secrets, plus practical tips and hints on entertaining etiquette. • The previous edition of Perfect Tables sold over 20,000 copies.



William Yeoward Blue and White and Other Color Stories

William Yeoward  Blue and White and Other Color Stories Author William Yeoward
ISBN-10 178249474X
Release 2017-09-12
Pages 208
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In his most personal book to date, William Yeoward reveals his passion for color, his inspirations and the 'stories' behind his unique use of color as he takes you on a journey through a dazzling array of beautiful homes. Known for his chic and stylish color combinations, William Yeoward reveals his color secrets, starting with the classic combination of blue and white—there are cobalt silk sofas, sapphire armchairs, aquamarine patterned ceramics, and indigo plush pillows, all combined to evoke a sense of luxury, in William's trademark style. The unique color 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 color and the sumptuous interiors that can be created by focusing on details and by layering opulent textures, prints, and proportions.



Mlinaric on Decorating

Mlinaric on Decorating Author David Mlinaric
ISBN-10 0711225419
Release 2008-10-21
Pages 224
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Mlinaric on Decorating distills a lifetime of experience into one glorious volume. From his small practice started 45 years ago in London, David Mlinaric has become perhaps the most acclaimed interior designer of our time, with thriving offices in Paris and New York. His designs are featured in buildings the world over, including London’s National Gallery, the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Spencer House, and the Primary Galleries at the Victoria and Albert Museum. He's also done embassies in Washington, Paris, and Brussels, and houses for the Rothschilds, Mick Jagger, Jerry Hall, and myriad other private clients. Here, Mlinaric and author Mirabel Cecil describe the buildings he has worked on during his long career, with an expert eye toward the creation and interpretation of historic interiors. Two hundred photographs, 175 of them in full color, offer a sumptuous visual tour of these fabulous spaces.



Veranda

Veranda Author Lisa Newsom
ISBN-10 161837088X
Release 2013
Pages 287
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VERANDA knows what makes a home exquisite—and following the successful Houses of Veranda, the magazine has produced a lavish new book with a wealth of ideas for exceptional outdoor spaces. Take a private tour of magnificent homes with lush gardens, inviting courtyards, and pools set amid breathtaking landscapes. Created by the world's best designers, these environments are among the most spectacular ever featured in VERANDA.



William Yeoward s American Bar

William Yeoward s American Bar Author William Yeoward
ISBN-10 1908170522
Release 2012-03-08
Pages 160
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In American Bar, William Yeoward, renowned for his glamorous take on interior design and table settings, shares his passion for these drinks. Here, he visits five of his favorite bars and chooses cocktails from each to create a compendium of iconic and signature recipes by some of the world’s most acclaimed bartenders. Added to these are their helpful tips, plus William’s own thoughts on making cocktails and, importantly, how to present them. As someone who is not only passionate about cocktails but also about crystal, he has the perfect knowledge and “eye†to advise and inspire. As William says, ‘Cocktails come in such a huge variety that there’s something for everyone and for every possible occasion—a birthday celebration, an anniversary, a first date, the closure of a deal, or a surreptitious flirt. Or they can simply provide a relaxing “stop†at the end of the day.’ These cocktails cover a wide range. Some are short, others are long, and a few contain no alcohol, but two things are common to all: they are delicious—and extremely glamorous.



Romantic English Homes

Romantic English Homes Author Robert O’Byrne
ISBN-10 178249412X
Release 2017-02-07
Pages 176
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Romantic English Homes is an inspirational collection of truly timeless houses. Ever since the first milords embarked on a Grand Tour in the seventeenth century, the passion for developing collections has been a national trait of England. As a result, the country’s aristocratic palaces became repositories of treasure gathered from around the globe. But so too, thanks to the spread of an Empire providing goods from across the globe, did almost every residence in England. Romantic English Homes features 14 such houses. Large or small, old or new, they all convey an impression of massed objects intentionally mingling styles and tastes, the classical placed next to the gothic, tartan pattern competing with floral print. Decorated with defiant eclecticism, the buildings featured here indicate that although the Empire may have gone, the English love of collecting remains as strong as ever. Criss-crossing the country, from Dorset, Devon, and Cornwall to East Anglia and Suffolk, from London to Lancashire and Shropshire, it is both the romantic timelessness of these properties and their many-layered appearance that makes them so alluring.



Decorating in Detail

Decorating in Detail Author Alexa Hampton
ISBN-10 0307956857
Release 2013
Pages 256
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Shares the author's development process for eight homes in locations from New York City to New Orleans, describing how each of the elements, from fabrics to furniture, was chosen.



Every Room Tells a Story

Every Room Tells a Story Author Kit Kemp
ISBN-10 1784880124
Release 2015-10-27
Pages 256
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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.



Shades of Grey

Shades of Grey Author Kate Watson-Smyth
ISBN-10 1849757127
Release 2016-02-11
Pages 176
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There's no doubt about it, grey is the shade of the moment. Restaurants, stores, and homes are covered in it. There's not a home improvement show that doesn't use it. And forget 50 shades...in fact the human eye can detect more than 500. As can the average paint color chart. “Everyone wants to paint their houses grey at the moment,” says Karen Haller, a color expert who advises clients on branding and color psychology. “But it's one of the most difficult colours to get right.” Get it wrong and a room will be cold and dark, possibly even energy-sapping. Get it right, however, and your home will look fresh, sophisticated, and modern. So how do we go about choosing the perfect hue? In 'Shades of Grey' Kate Watson-Smyth will help you find exactly the right shade for your space. Full of expert advice and essential information and spiced with a generous dash of humor, this book will guide you through the minefield that is choosing the perfect shade of gray paint.



Robert Kime

Robert Kime Author Alastair Langlands
ISBN-10 0711236631
Release 2016-02-01
Pages 256
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"Robert Kime, uniquely among decorators, has risen to eminence in the profession via antique dealing, textile collecting and an abiding passion for putting rooms together. His three strands of expertise run side by side as he createsdecorating schemes for an illustrious, discreet and world-wide clientele." - Min Hogg While an undergraduate at Worcester College, Oxford, Robert Kime dealt in antiques to supplement his income, selling to dons, the Master's wife and remarkably to the Ashmolean Museum. He persuaded the Bursar to let him keep his rooms on staircase 7 so that his clients would know where to find him. A weekend party at Ashton Wold, the birthplace and home of Miriam Rothschild, led to an offer to sell the furniture crammed into the top storey of the house and, after three years at Sotheby's, a more permanent shop in Oundle, Rutland. The business developed through the 1970s, alongside friendships with designer Christopher Gibbs, Tom Parr of Colefax and Fowler, and veteran antique dealer Geoffrey Bennison. Christopher Gibbs speaks of Robert's complete vision of how the world should look. "It is this sense of history and sense of place that give Robert a way of anchoring a house to its setting; it's historicist, subtle, comfortable, beautiful and never vulgar. He has a real sense of harmony, a talent for offsetting the simple with the grand. Decoration projects begin with the carpet and the room thereafter is layered." Here are the twelve definitive Robert Kime projects, ranging from Bloomsbury to the Bahamas, from the Irish countryside to la France profonde. Magnificent, specially-commissioned photography by Tessa Traeger is accompanied by a text which combines illuminating descriptions of the choices and challenges involved in each project with an account of how this most cultured of designers developed his eye.



Designers at Home

Designers at Home Author Ronda Rice Carman
ISBN-10 0847840093
Release 2013
Pages 303
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Presents the homes of 50 design leaders, who share their thoughts on gracious living and how they bring their professional philosophies into their personal spaces.



English Houses

English Houses Author Ben Pentreath
ISBN-10 1849757534
Release 2016-10-11
Pages 224
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Visiting 12 very different homes, Ben explores and appraises the unique spirit of the English House – at once restrained and simple yet overflowing with a generosity of touch and a richness of color and texture. The book is divided into three sections: London, Country, and Country House, and the interiors featured range from a 1930s pied-a-terre in London's historic St James to designer Veere Grenney's pocket-sized Palladian Temple folly in Suffolk and Wardington, a 16th-century stone manor house in North Oxfordshire. Ben’s own homes, in central London and West Dorset, are also included. These homes vary greatly in architecture, size, shape and age, but they all have in common a peculiarly English style – richly-layered rooms that deftly intertwine colour and pattern and a mix of old and new furniture to create timeless and comfortable places to live.



John Fowler

John Fowler Author Martin Wood
ISBN-10 071122711X
Release 2007-10-18
Pages 240
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John Fowler was an interior decorator who set fashions and changed tastes. The English country house style, which he developed with Sibyl Colefax and Nancy Lancaster, his partners in the firm of Colefax & Fowler, has proved a source of continuing inspiration to decorators and home-owners on both sides of the Atlantic and indeed across the world. Today, a hundred years after his birth, his influence is almost as powerful as it was in the mid 20th century, when he was working on many of Britain's finest and most famous houses, including Uppark, Chequers and Buckingham Palace, as well as dozens of more modest projects. Fowler's style has been so widely imitated that it is easy to forget what an innovator he was. In the 1930s and 1940s his style was a breath of fresh country air, sweeping away heavy velvets and damasks in favour of crisp cotton chintzes, replacing glossy mahogany with painted Regency furnishings, elaborate porcelain and glitzy ormolu with modest pottery and painted tin. Even after the war, when he came to specialize in the decoration of architecturally important interiors, he continued to prefer 'humble elegance' and 'romantic disrepair' to pomposity.



A Living Space

A Living Space Author Kit Kemp
ISBN-10 1742703933
Release 2012
Pages 256
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Inspiring interiors that have a personal, handcrafted feel. This lavishly photographed interiors book shows how to leave behind design "rules" to create truly beautiful, original interiors. For more than twenty years, Kit Kemp has been at the forefront of the international design community, with her signature style that mixes contemporary elements with antiques and junk-shop finds, luxurious fabrics with printed wallpapers, and hand-finished detailing with collections of simple objects that create impact. She avoids taking design too seriously, playing with scale, color and pattern to create very personal, handcrafted spaces. Alongside the stunning images of room sets and detailed close-ups will be the inspiration behind Kit’s work and her tips for creating your own version of her style at home. Interiors are meant for living in, and the key is to create a space that is comfortable and beautiful and reflects who you really are.



Joanna Wood

Joanna Wood Author Joanna Wood
ISBN-10 3791347373
Release 2015-03-20
Pages 220
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This luxurious book on the interior designs of Joanna Wood takes readers inside a wide array of fabulous houses--from a hip London apartment to her own cozy retreat in a restored 10th-century barn. With a reputation built over 25 years, Joanna Wood is recognized as one of Britain's leading figures in interior design. Her practice, Joanna Trading, was the winner of Britain's 2012 Design & Architecture award. Now Joanna Wood invites readers inside the walls of some of the most sumptuous rooms ever created. From the ultimate home that has everything to a country residence for a young family; a classic English cottage to a newly built town house, she brings to each project her practiced eye and attention to detail, creating a classic style that combines traditional and contemporary elements to produce a result which is both practical and visually exciting. Along the way, the designer shares her own experiences, tips, and secrets that can help transform any room into a comfortable oasis.