The Mary Gilliatt Book of Color

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Little, Brown, 1985 - Architecture - 128 pages
A comprehensive reference for using color in home decorating consists of chapters on specific colors and covers the many ways in which each color can be used throughout the house

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The Mary Gilliatt book of color

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Gilliatt's new book is for people who want to make better use of color in their homes. Readers will learn how to develop a color sense by observing and analyzing color blendings. This decorating ... Read full review

About the author (1985)

Gilliatt is an acclaimed international interior designer and writer. Host of a successful television series on decorating, she has written over 30 best-selling books on decoration and design. She has homes in England and France.

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