In Colour Deconstructed, Tricia Guild aims to unlock the secrets of her distinctive style. Why are we drawn to certain colours and patterns? Where does inspiration come from and, most importantly, how do we translate that into a workable plan for our own homes? The book focuses on colour as a starting point but, through careful dissection, looks at how other elements of a room come together. Pattern, texture, function and atmosphere are all vital aspects that can make a room not only look stunning but also serve its purpose and establish the right mood and spirit. Featuring more than 25 decorative schemes arranged in seven colour chapters, it is this seemingly invisible equation that Colour Deconstructed aims to capture and analyse.
About the Author
Tricia Guild OBE founded Designers Guild in London in 1970. The company is a leading name in home fashion and interior design throughout the world. It has achieved international recognition for its contemporary fabrics, wallpapers and home furnishings and is distributed in over 70 markets worldwide. Tricia has sat on the Crafts Council and is an honorary fellow of the Royal College of Art.
Number Of Pages: 208
Published: 2nd September 2013
Dimensions (cm): 21.4 x 29.8 x 3.2
Weight (kg): 1.68