"Annie Selke really knows textiles and color. Her new design book is filled with gorgeous photographs of rooms that have enormous range--from romantic and cozy to elegant and modern. Everyone can find something here that will inspire their personal style." --Ina Garten, Barefoot Contessa Cookbooks
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5.0 étoiles sur 5Video Review23 août 2011
Par BeachBrights - Publié sur Amazon.com
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5.0 étoiles sur 5Bright and Inspiring!21 septembre 2011
Par Assunta Sciarretta - Publié sur Amazon.com
This is a fun, colorful book with a new take on American design. It feels very 21st century because it veers away from the somewhat tired design categories with 5 new templates for home design: Everyday Exuberance - colorful and happy, Refined Romantic - a softer palette, Happy Preppy - lots of red, white and blue and a prepster feel, Nuanced Neutrals - things of the earth, and Cultured Eclectic - think well-traveled intellectual. The pages are big and glossy. There are huge pictures and examples on every page, with ideas for colors, paints, furniture and fabric. This is a fun idea book!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5Vividly colored rooms - great photography12 février 2013
Par Docia Rose - Publié sur Amazon.com
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What a charming book cover. I bought this along with a book by Barclay Butera and I think "Fresh American Spaces" suffered in comparison. The 'Spaces' book presents several styles of 'fresh' decorating - all but one using very vivid colors and the photography is enjoyable BUT where Barclay's great photographs enable you to deconstruct and draw inspiration - "Spaces" isn't as effective in that way - images of handsome but disparate items don't provide that vital inspiration on how to put all this together. Some of the palettes are almost cartoon like in their frenetic color palette. This probably a matter of personal taste - I'm sure many readers would benefit from seeing the happy palettes. I'd advise you to find the book and check it first and if this exuberant color strategy fits you - then this might be a great book for you!