Ethnic Interiors: Decorating with Natural Materials

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Random House Incorporated, 1992 - Ethnic art. - 180 pages
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This text explores in depth the virtually unlimited opportunities for decorating the home with the warmth and vibrancy of patterns, colors, and materials from different cultures around the world. The ethnic look of Japan, Africa, the Middle East, and Europe is covered in this rich collection. Includes a directory of sources for furnishings, crafts, and folk arts. 300 color illustrations.

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Part of an unofficial series, this title lives up to Rizzoli's reputation of publishing visually stunning books that enhance the art of living. It uses both text and photographs to demonstrate the ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
10
The Americas
28
Cowboy
30
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

Hall is a freelance design journalist.

Paula Pryke runs a successful flower business which has a reputation for innovative floral designs. Renowned as an artist who can turn a bunch of flowers into a fashion statement, she is Sir Terence Conran's choice for the floral decoration of his design and restaurant empire. She runs a flower-arranging school in London, and has written numerous best-selling illustrated books on her art.
James Merrell is one of the leading book and magazine photographers in Britain, specializing in interiors, still life, food, and flowers. His photographs appear regularly in international publications such as "Elle," "The World of Interiors," "House Beautiful," "House & Garden," and "Maison et Jardin."

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