Christmas At Designers Homes Across America
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📒Christmas At Designers Homes Across America by Katharine McMillan
Christmas at Designers Homes Across America Summary : Almost 400 color images treat readers to dazzling holiday visions that leading designers have realized in their own homes scenes usually reserved for family and friends. Be inspired by their decorating strategies and hands-on ingenuity while gleaning insider tips for preserving trees both fresh and artificial and caring forornaments. Get the scoop on unusual color schemes andcenterpieces. See how one designer used crushed red and silver ball ornaments as a light-catching base forglass vials of flowers, and a laundry-room tree whimsically decoratedwith miniature clothing-item ornaments. This treasure trove showcases one-of-a-kind holiday ideas from some of the nation's most talented interior designers, who share not only their aesthetic tastes but also family holiday rituals and favorite Christmas traditions."
📒Christmas At Historic Houses by Patricia Hart McMillan
Christmas at Historic Houses Summary : Showcases thirty houses across America specially decorated for Christmas, revealing local customs and history as well as details about each property and house's design.
📒Christmas By Design by Patricia Hart McMillan
Christmas by Design Summary : "What would Christmas be without lights, color, greenery, and glitter? Join leading professional designers on a tour of well-appointed private residences dressed in their festive best. The one-of-a-kind decorating schemes are a study in the art of using scale, shape, and color to play up the house's best features and create a look that's pulled together. Here are fresh design ideas for indoor and outdoor scenes, whether it's a glamorous staircase, pristine tree, perfectly wrapped piles of presents, or a simple, well-placed evergreen wreath. Representing a range of geographic locations and decorating philosophies, the designers share their tips, tricks, and traditions for celebrating the season in style, and in every room of the house."--Publisher's website.
📒Christmas At America S Landmark Houses by Patricia Hart McMillan
Christmas at America s Landmark Houses Summary : 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 décorations are period correct; others are joyfully au courant.
📒Nell Hill S Christmas At Home by Mary Carol Garrity
Nell Hill s Christmas At Home Summary : Shares insights into holiday decorating, offering dozens of ideas for sprucing up the home for Christmas, gift wrapping, entertaining, and Christmas tree decorating.
📒A Fairy Tale Christmas by Karen Anderson
A Fairy Tale Christmas Summary : An inspirational how-to guide to innovative holiday decorating and entertaining journeys to the Hudson Valley village of Tarrytown, New York, to visit Lyndhurst, one of America's finest Gothic Revival mansions, to view the unique decorations, created by designer Bob Pesce, who adorns each of the main rooms in the style of a different children's story.
📒A Field Guide To American Houses by Virginia Savage McAlester
A Field Guide to American Houses Summary : Provides in-depth descriptions and illustrations of architectural styles and features of everyday domestic dwellings across the United States.
📒Nell Hill S O Christmas Tree by Mary Carol Garrity
Nell Hill s O Christmas Tree Summary : Mary Carol Garrity and her home furnishing emporium Nell Hill's have become synonymous with delivering creative and stylish advice on all facets of home decorating and entertaining. Inside Nell Hill's O Christmas Tree, Mary Carol offers seasonal decorating tips for all tastes and budgets by inviting you into her own 130-year-old Greek Revival home decked out in the season's liveliest shades of evergreen, pinecone, and holly. To showcase how her holiday tips can transition into different design styles, Mary Carol also takes you inside a suburban ranch, an urban condo, an arts and crafts bungalow, a new-construction town home, and three historical period homes in Kansas City. Deck your halls like never before with Nell Hill's O Christmas Tree.
📒Christmas With Country Living by Debra Muller Price
Christmas with Country Living Summary : This must-have resource for "Country Living" fans can inspire your customers with fresh ideas to bring home the warmth of a traditional country Christmas. Loads of full-color photos and reader-friendly instructions point the way for charming decorations, inventive gifts, memorable holiday destinations, and sumptuous seasonal recipes.
📒Making America Modern by Marilyn F. Friedman
Making America Modern Summary : A valuable resource for design professionals and historians, this book chronicles the evolution of modern interior design in the United States throughout the 1930s. With more than 200 images and detailed descriptions, design historian Marilyn F. Friedman presents more than eighty interiors by forty-five designers, including Donald Deskey, Paul T. Frankl, Percival Goodman, Frederick Kiesler, William Lescaze, William Muschenheim Tommi Parzinger, Gilbert Rohde, Eugene Schoen, Kem Weber, set designers Cedric Gibbons and Joseph Urban, and industrial designers Raymond Loewy, Walter Dorwin Teague, and Russel Wright. The book also highlights the work of women modernists who are practically unknown today, including Virginia Conner, Freda Diamond, Eleanor Le Maire, and Madame Majeska. Interiors cover the economic spectrum, from those created for wealthy patrons who embraced the modernist aesthetic, including Walter Annenberg, George Vanderbilt III, William Paley, and Abby Rockefeller Milton, to those designed with affordability in mind, including private commissions, as well as furniture and model rooms for manufacturers, design associations, and museum exhibitions. The book also profiles in detail entire model homes that highlighted new concepts in design and construction, such as Norman Bel Geddes¿ House of Tomorrow for Ladies¿ Home Journal, Macy¿s ¿Forward House,¿ Frederick Kiesler¿s ¿Space House¿ for the Modernage showroom, Eleanor Le Maire¿s ¿House of Planes¿ for Abraham & Straus, and the model houses at the 1933 and 1939 world¿s fairs held in Chicago and New York, respectively. The trajectory of American modern design during the 1930s was not linear. In rejecting the revivalism that had defined American design during the nineteenth century, the designers covered in this book forged something new-an American movement defined by simplicity, practicality, and comfort that embraced experimentation and variation in materials and style. An important survey of the early development of modern interiors in America, year by year.