Interior Design Monographs
Written by Canet, Sherrill
For New York-based interior designer Sherrill Canet, the past is something she recreates with relish, and is one of the hallmarks of her aesthetic.
Written by Fernando de Haro
Adriana Hoyos is a natural-born designer with a passion for timeless design and sophistication. Throughout a career that spans over 25 years, seven furniture collections, and 500-plus interior design projects, Adriana has created a versatile portfolio of residential, commercial and hospitality projects in the U.S., Mexico, the Caribbean, Latin America and United Kingdom.
Written by Pettel, Christine
Bunny Williams, one of the America's premier interior designers and John Rosselli, one of New York City's most respected antique dealers, reclaimed an 18th-century New England manor house. This book describes how they restored each room of this well-worn house and resurrected its abandoned gardens. It also includes simple decorating solutions.
One of today’s eminent tastemakers, Alex Papachristidis is known for arresting, elegant interiors that meld classical motifs with a modern perspective and sophisticated details. This volume pays homage to Papachristidis’s refined sensibility and celebrates Alex Papachristidis Interiors’ twenty-fifth anniversary.
Written by Hampton, Alexa
At an early age, Alexa Hampton learned the language of good design, the vocabulary to speak it, and the elements that define it. As the daughter of interior design legend Mark Hampton, she traveled the world by her father's side, touring the great architectural landmarks and discovering beauty, training her eye.
Written by Sarah Stewart-Smith
The work of London-based, Persian-born interior designer Alidad is the realization of a fantasy of splendor in elegant brocade and rich damask. Award-winning interior designer Alidad is renowned for creating interiors of comfort made from a warm, glowing elegance with richness, color, and sumptuous materials.
Written by Baratta, Anthony
William Diamond and Anthony Baratta are in the business of invention. In twenty-eight years of collaboration, the New York City-based duo has created a design style without limits: one that defies predictability, embraces the extraordinary, and begs to be loved and lived in.
Written by Handegan, Amelia
This book will appeal to interior design lovers who bought Suzanne Kasler and The Welcoming House, it is an appealing approach to creating fresh interiors rooted in warmth and comfort. Leading Southern interior designer Amelia Handegan is known for her sophisticated eclectic interiors and for her restoration of nationally recognized historic houses.