From stunning homes to famed gardens, the designs featured in these newly released books offer something for everyone.
by Katie Ridder
Acclaimed designer Katie Ridder possesses a unique talent for combining bold, rich colors, textures and light to create gorgeous rooms that offer a fresh take on classic styles. Her book explores how she is able to achieve this in countless ways, providing endless inspiration.
S IS FOR STYLE: THE SCHUMACHER BOOK OF DECORATION
by Dara Caponigro
Celebrating the company notoriously responsible for creating many of the patterns used by top designers in the industry for generations, this comprehensive book offers invaluable tips for homeowners to discover and then implement their own style.
MORE BEAUTIFUL: ALL AMERICAN DECORATION
by Mark D. Sikes
This sought-after designer is back with his second book, breaking up style into five groups: Traditional, Country, Coastal, Mediterranean and Beautiful. Each chapter showcases projects filled with his signature bright, chic, and well-appointed rooms.
GARDEN SECRETS OF BUNNY MELLON
by Linda Jane Holden, Thomas Lloyd, Bryan Huffman
Combining notes Mellon wrote over the years about her love of gardening, the designer of the White House’s famed rose garden reveals her secrets to creating incredible gardens. Here’s one hint: The more time spent in the garden, the better the result. And that’s not just in what you see with your eyes, but with the experiences you’ll have each day you’re there, she says.
CLASSIC GREENWICH HOUSES
by Charles Hilton
A fixture in the Greenwich community for three decades, Charles Hilton easily combines traditional architecture and design principles with what the latest technology has to offer. In this stunning book, see how his firm masters Georgian, Beaux- Arts, shingle style and other forms of architecture while blending his work seamlessly into each new project’s natural setting.