Legendary British decorator David Hicks was, above all else, a maestro of the mix: period antiques and abstract art, modern furniture and traditional architecture, bold fabrics layered upon bold fabrics. In the fourth title from his highly coveted and out-of-print series, the iconoclastic designer shares his influential rooms where pattern and texture play a starring role. Loaded with practical tips and schemes for the novice and professional ("...If you want to mix patterns, a simple rule is to look for the greatest possible variety in scale and for a connecting link, which can be one or more colors or a similar motif or characteristic"), this is a design library essential.
This book is in good vintage condition with some discoloration to its dust jacket, which is protected in a plastic sleeve. The pages are clean and the volume is well intact. Please see our detailed photos.
With their graphic covers and original text, the series of design tomes that Hicks published in the late 1960's and early 1970's are true collector's items. We are offering 5 volumes, each sold separately.
12.5" x 9.75" x 1"
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