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English Style in Interior Decoration

David Duncan

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English Style in Interior Decoration
English Style in Interior Decoration
English Style in Interior Decoration

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Era:
Contemporary
Condition:
Very Good; minor rubbing, some creases, and minor tears
Materials:
paper
Size:
14.5" L x 11" W x 0.75" H
Color/Finish:
N/A

Why We Love This

First edition, 1967. Text by Mary Gilliatt, photographs by Michael Boys. 144 pages, with 134 pages of photographs, most in color. This folio-size book is an early iteration of the popular design stylebooks of the 1980s to present. It lavishly illustrates the ecletic and eccentric British interior design aesthetic through the work of David Hicks and in the homes of style authorities such as Fleur Cowles. Cloth bound with original dust jacket.
As described by David Duncan

About David Duncan

With its rich assortment of vintage textiles, lighting, unusual accessories, and estate pieces, David Duncan’s Manhattan antiques gallery has been a prized insider’s resource since its opening in 1990. Located in a brownstone on the Upper East Side, its diverse selections range from 18th-century French objets d’art to 20th-century designs.