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Summer it’s coming to an end! September’s already part of our calendar and with it is the beginning of the last and true sunny days. Knowing that , Home Inspiration Ideas found 2 interior design books that has seductive themes, wether it’s the most exotic and modern interior design styles or a guide to apply paint color schemes in your dearest living spaces.
Everyone wants a fancy book like Hollywood Interiors: Style and Design in Los Angeles on our center tables, no matter season is. Anthony Iannacci gathered just the right mix of Southern California interior design styles: a white Richard Meier–designed house; a Spanish tiled-roof number; a 1940s modernist gem.
The designers include the very well known and famous interior designers — Kelly Wearstler, Trip Haenisch, Cliff Fong, Commune…In his introduction, Iannacci makes clear that Los Angeles (from Malibu to Silver Lake and beyond) is generally enjoying a revival as a design hub.
Moving from one continent/country to other, we see interior design chances between Southern California and Europeans. In Kaleidoscope: Living in Color & Patterns, by Svenn Ehmann and Robert Klanten, they want to show how mostly European interiors are display in this large-format, brightly hued tome — homes, hotels and bars among them — are immersive in every sense of the world.
Not that the United States gets totally shorted. There is a snazzy 15 Central Park West pad, in New York City, by the firm D’Aquino Monaco, with lots of red and lots of art on the walls, and two Washington State projects: a sophisticated Seattle hotel by Nicole Hollis and a relatively understated log cabin on Vashon Island.
If the decor of your next interior design project should need a boost, read one of these interior design books, you’ll get enough inspirations to start.
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