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Fortuny, Signed

Gibbs Smith

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ISBN:
1423624327
Author:
Brian Coleman
Format:
hardcover
Publisher:
Gibbs Smith
Page Count:
288
Dimensions:
8.7 x 1.2 x 13
ISBN:
1423624327

Why We Love This

Manufactured in Venice, Italy, textiles by Fortuny have borne the standard of quality and excellence for a hundred years. For walls, sofas, pillows, draperies, bed coverings, tablecloths, and even napkins, the sumptuous art of Fortuny textiles has been decorating old world and new world homes for generations. In Fortuny Interiors,gracious homeowners have opened their doors so we can take a peek at these fabulous designs. Through luscious photographs and vivid descriptions, we can almost feel the weave and smell the dyes. Contemporary modern condos, elegant historic homes, and metropolitan apartments all wear Fortuny in luxurious high style.

Brian D. Coleman is the author of Barry Dixon Inspirations, Farrow Ball: The Art of Color, Scalamandré, Window Dressings, Cottages, and Barry Dixon Interiors, among other home design books. Erik Kvalsvik is a photographer of architecture and interiors. His clients include major national magazines and museums as well as leading architects and interior designers. He has been the principal photographer for more than a dozen books, including Barry Dixon Inspirations. He lives in Washington, D.C.