approached the editors of Colonial Homes Magazine with the idea of
developing a decorating book celebrating classic American interiors. Working
with photographs previously published in the magazine, Roundtable produced
a stunning, inspirational book filled with practical ideas on how to achieve
a classic interior.
Hearst Books, 1999
COUNTRY HOUSES (not shown), and TUDOR HOUSES (not shown), a series produced
with Home Planners, Inc., are each complete with floor plans, exteriors,
and furnishing ideas for style-specific homes.
of this project was to create a useful and inexpensive book that didn't
rely on lavish color photographs of unattainable interiors. In black-and-white,
with exercises and checklists, this practical handbook gives readers a solid
way to invent their own dream interiors. The book has remained a steady
seller in the Holt backlist.
| A joint
venture with The Stonesong Press, this book is presented in a unique design-it-yourself
format. With a back cover that folds out into a flat work surface and 260
scaled peel-and-stick vinyl templates, readers can design their own kitchens.
Ideas, sources, checklists, line drawings, and hundreds of tips from the
pros round out this practical package.
& Schuster, 1988
the style of your home's architecture or accessories, a blue and white color
scheme, at once classic and contemporary, is appealing anywhere. BLUE &
WHITE, created in conjunction with the editors of Victoria magazine,
is an invitation to explore the possibilities of this pretty combination.
With informative text and more than 100 four-color inspirational photographs,
BLUE & WHITE covers a wide range of styles, patterns, materials, and settingsfrom
kitchen to living room to master bedroom.
Hearst Books, 2001