Showcasing the inspiring approach to interiors of highly acclaimed designer Kit Kemp, this book shares the stories behind each room Kit lends her hand to. Following on from the hugely successful A Living Space, Kit Kemp is back with another stunning interiors book that presents her signature style and ever-changing approach to design. As always, Kit brings life and interest to the rooms she styles and avoids taking design too seriously, playing with scale, color, and pattern to create personal, handcrafted spaces.
Featuring the inspiration behind her effortlessly stylish rooms and buildings, this book provides real insight into the way Kit approaches a room and the success she achieves with each space. Also exploring her collaborations with artists, this is an intriguing look at Kit’s way of styling—an intoxicating mix of contemporary and antique elements, a playful approach to fabrics and color, and an individual eye for art. Every room that Kit breathes life into has a story to tell.
About the Author
Award-winning interior designer Kit Kemp is known for her stylish and witty interiors. With her husband, Tim, she owns Firmdale, a group of luxury hotels in London and New York, including the Crosby Street Hotel, and with a second hotel opening in New York in 2016. She has collaborated with Anthropologie, Wedgwood dinnerware, Chelsea Textiles, Christopher Farr, and more to produce a range of products.
"There's a playfulness to designer Kit Kemp's interiors that is instantly recognizable and always attractive. . . Each space does have a tale of its own. They're in the right mix of often bold colors, the fresh meshing of contemporary and antique elements, her eye for covetable art."
"[Kit Kemp] is known for her cheerful spaces, including the Ham Yard Hotel, the Crosby Street Hotel, and the Whitby Hotel all part of a group of luxury properties in London and New York that she owns with her husband. InEvery Room Tells a Story, Kemp gives readers a look at the process behind her projects."
Number Of Pages: 255
Published: 5th November 2015
Publisher: Hardie Grant Books (UK)
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 33.5 x 20.7 x 2.7
Weight (kg): 58.2
Edition Number: 1