Written by Cathy Kincaid, Foreword by Bunny Williams and John Rosselli, Contribution by Chesie Breen
Renowned interior designer Cathy Kincaid's first book provides a fresh approach to combining classic and contemporary design with a refined sensibility.
Known for her carefully nuanced color palettes and attention to detail, Cathy Kincaid creates warm and gracious interiors. Her worldly taste in collecting art and furnishings, her intricate layering of patterns, and the customized details--from trelliswork to lacquered surfaces--she applies to every room are hallmarks of her style. Presented are varied residences, ranging from a ship captain's cottage and a 1920s Spanish Colonial to a bucolic farmhouse and a family house in the country, in such locations as Dallas, Connecticut, and the South of France.
Sprinkled throughout is Kincaid's advice on such topics as selecting the right lighting, whether it be sconces or lamps; ways to showcase blue-and-white porcelain; and suggestions for how to edit one's home. She has been long involved in historic preservation, working on many landmarked dwellings. Learn from this design expert how to achieve a comfortable yet sumptuous home environment.
About The Author
Leading interior designer Cathy Kincaid founded her internationally recognized Dallas firm in 1977. Her work has been published in House Beautiful, Southern Home, and Veranda. Chesie Breen is a public-relations consultant specializing in luxury lifestyles. She is the editor of ID BOSTON and is a contributing editor for Elle Decor. Acclaimed interior designer Bunny Williams is the author of several books. Her husband, John Rosselli, is a noted antiques dealer.