Wallcoverings: The Language of Color and Pattern

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Universe, 2003 - Architecture - 320 pages
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Wallcoverings is the ultimate guide to wallcovering colors and patterns. This 320 page book contains over 400 wallcovering designs from the. Schumacher & Co., whose designs have long been considered the gold standard of wallcovering collections. Organized in chapters by color, each section contains countless varying patterns combined in striking complements. Wallcoverings not only features countless beautiful patterns, it contains practical design information for use in the home and an index of the featured designs. A beautiful, inspiration, and useful sourcebook, Wallcoverings is a must-have for designers and anyone looking to update and refresh their living space.

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Wallcoverings: from the F. Schumacher & Co. collections: applying the language of color and pattern

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Founded in 1889, F. Schumacher & Co. has designed wallcoverings and fabrics that have graced the walls of public buildings from the White House to the Metropolitan Opera House as well as private ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
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Introduction
2001
The Colors Red
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Chuck Fischer is one of the most talented and sought-after product designers in the United States. For the past fifteen years, Fischer has been painting private commission creations for some of the finest residences in the world. His work is displayed in the collection of the Cooper-Hewitt Museum.

Albert Hadley has been an interior designer for sixty years. In 1962, he partnered with Sister Parish and founded Parish-Hadley Associates, the legendary design firm synonymous with classic American elegance. He now operates a smaller, more streamlined design firm simply known as Albert Hadley Incorporated.

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