Tricia Guild on Color: Decoration Furnishing, Display

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Rizzoli, 1992 - Art - 191 pages
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Color is the single most powerful element in decoration; its ability to transform surroundings and to excite a variety of responses is second to none. Guild shows how light, scale, and proportion can affect a color and demonstrates how color can be subtly introduced into a room by means of carefully chosen objects and furnishings. 180 color illustrations.

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A lot can be learned about color from this book and its amazing photography. it shows what can be done with color in room decoration, and how colors blend together in nature as well. It has some great ... Read full review

Tricia Guild on color: decoration, furnishing, display

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Guild, a renowned designer for the Designers Guild in London, examines color theory and the history and potential of color in decoration. She emphasizes vivid colors and shows how they can be used in ... Read full review

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About the author (1992)

Tricia Guild founded Designers Guild in London in 1970 and has achieved international renown for its innovative fabrics, wallpaper, and home furnishings. Her most recent book, Tricia Guild Pattern, was published in 2005 to great acclaim.

Montgomery is Farnam Professor of History at Yale University.

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