Mood Indigo

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Watson-Guptill Publications, Jan 1, 2001 - Architecture - 192 pages
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With richly illustrated chapters each exploring a color family, Mood Indigo is the definitive guide to using the depth and passion of vivid colors to transform a home in surprising and alluring ways. 150 color illustrations.

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I am forever reading decorating bks but rarely implementing ideas (perhaps because i like so few of them... (don't sometimes covers seem much more appealing than the actual book itself?) I took an ... Read full review

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These two books demonstrate the effective use of bold, dark, and vibrant color in interiors. Lee, interiors editor of the Times magazine of London, successfully shows that "dark colors don't have to ... Read full review

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Vinny Lee is a writer and stylist specializing in interior lifestyle features. She has written several books on design, including Kitchens, Designs for Living, Quiet Places, and Zen Interiors. Her work has appeared a variety of publications including Homes & Gardens and House & Garden magazine. She lives in France.

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