The Great Lady Decorators: Lessons from the women who invented interior design

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""The Great Lady Decorators: THe Women Who Defined Interior Design, 1870-1955" profiles a dozen pioneers, including Elsie de Wolfe, a former actress with a flare for 18th-century-inspired rooms; Dorothy Draper, who brought Hollywood glamour to her interiors; and Sister Parish, who virtually codified American country style. The book's many photographs are supplemented with watercolors by Jeremiah Goodman." "Elle Decor

""Adam Lewis has a fabulous new book for Rizzoli called "The Great Lady Decorators". The women who invented interior decorating were full of big advice." "House Beautiful

""Through a mix of period photographs and color interiors painted by Jeremiah Goodman, the book tells the design stories of these twelve legendary and influential women, sharing their decorating maxims and theories. Even if you are not familiar with everyone on the list, there is a great deal that can be learned from looking at the work of women who helped shape modern day interior design as an industry and as an art form from 1870-1955." StyleBeat.com

""The Great Lady Decorators" is a beautiful addition to every library as an essential visual resource as well as an authorative history of legendary women who paved the way for the field of design today." "Romantic Homes"

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Mixing gorgeous interiors with sparkling social history, this is the first book on the visionary women whose work gave us the timeless, essential principles of modern interior decorating.
In 1904, Elsie de Wolfe was given a contract to design the interiors of the Colony Club. Their success launched de Wolfe's career and the entire field of professional interior decoration. Soon other women followed, known collectively (for their privileged backgrounds) as the Lady Decorators. This book focuses on the extraordinary, glamorous interiors of these influential designers, as well as their decorating theory and maxims, from Rose Cumming's electric color combinations ("Parrots are blue and green. Why shouldn't fabric be?") to Nancy Lancaster's refined English-country-house look ("She liked for the sun to get to . . . materials. She wanted them to go shabby and live a life of their own."). A witty and readable treatise on the principles of decorating, as well as a luxurious visual resource, this book will be an essential addition to every decorating library. Also including: Dorothy Draper, Elsie Cobb Wilson, Ruby Ross Wood, Frances Elkins, Eleanor Brown, Sister Parish, Syrie Maugham, Madeleine Castaing.

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Lewis, Adam
Editorial: Rizzoli, NY (2010)
ISBN 10: 0847833364 ISBN 13: 9780847833368
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Descripción Rizzoli, NY, 2010. Hard Cover. Estado de conservación: New. Estado de la sobrecubierta: New. First Edition. Quarto. 287 pp; color photographs throughout; bibliography; index. Cloth with dustjacket. Fine/Fine, a new unused copy. In 1904, Elsie de Wolfe was given a contract to design the interiors of NYC's Colony Club. This success launched de Wolfe's career and the entire field of professional interior decoration. Soon other women followed, known collectively (for their privileged backgrounds) as the Lady Decorators. This book focuses on the extraordinary, glamorous interiors of these influential designers, as well as their decorating theory and maxims, from Rose Cumming to Nancy Lancaster. They include Dorothy Draper, Elsie Cobb Wilson, Ruby Ross Wood, Frances Elkins, Eleanor Brown, Sister Parish, Syrie Maugham, and Madeleine Castaing. Nº de ref. de la librería 009062

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