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Interior Color by Design: A Tool for Homeowners, Designers, and Architectsby Jonathan Poore
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Provides more than 250 color samples with which to experiment to achieve different combinations.
Interior Color by Design is an upscale primer on color possibly the most important design element used in decorating interiors. Effective color selection can be a powerful element in any design. This book takes the mystery out of the color application process.
Included are more than 250 color samples to mix and match and experiment with to achieve different looks that suit any style of decor. Beautiful color photographs bring key concepts to life and make them easy to understand and easy to apply to any room in a home or office.
The book is packed with information on planning color relationships, preparing color schemes for interiors, making color charts, selecting materials, putting together color samples, and working with additive and subtractive color. The author also discusses the psychological impact of color and how color can enhance functional spaces and solve a wide range of practical problems.
Explores the interactive effects of color combinations on interior design and architecture
About the Author
Jonathan Poore is an architectural designer, illustrator, and writer. His work has appeared in The Journal of Light Construction, The Naturally Elegant Home by Janet Marinelli (Little, Brown), The New York Times, Old-House Journal, Progressive Architecture, and other publications. He provides color consulting in both residential and commercial settings, and enjoys weaving color integrally into all aspects of design.
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