Interior Design

Romancing the Home: Stylish Interiors for a Modern Lifestyle

Stewart Manger is regarded for his bespoke interiors in which exquisite craftsmanship and a classic-meets-modern flair. This rising star’s first monograph showcases his imaginative ways to create vibrant and stylish rooms.

Having apprenticed with celebrated New York interior designers such as David Easton, Bunny Williams, and David Kleinberg, Manger recently launched his own firm and has quickly established himself as a top designer creating arresting interiors. His surehanded approach that seamlessly melds the contemporary and the Old World is fresh and inviting, and his affinity for seeking the best artisans and workrooms for custom work results in impeccable homes.
Whether a restored late nineteenth-century house that embraces the warmth and comfort of an English country house, or a white-washed hillside house overlooking the sea—Manger singles out a theme that is carried throughout the design. He illustrates the mixing of exotic and playful patterns and discusses how quality antique pieces can add character to a room. This stunning aspirational book will appeal to both design insiders as well as those with an appreciation for beautiful interiors.

About The Author

In 2016 Stewart Manger established Stewart Manger Interior Design in New York City. Several of his projects have appeared in recent issues of Galerie magazine. Jacqueline Terrebonne is the editor-in-chief of Galerie magazine. Bunny Williams is an acclaimed interior designer, and author of several books, including An Affair with a House.

  • Publish Date: October 18, 2022
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Category: House & Home - Decorating & Furnishings
  • Publisher: Rizzoli
  • Trim Size: 9-1/4 x 11-1/2
  • Pages: 256
  • US Price: $50.00
  • CDN Price: $67.50
  • ISBN: 978-0-8478-7255-8


"In his first book, he shares his process for creating designs that seamlessly blend old-world and contemporary elements. Featured projects include homes in Scotland, Mallorca, and the Hamptons. A foreword by design legend Bunny Williams offers an added treat for readers." —FLOWER MAGAZINE

"...captures the romantic spirit of weekend retreats." —HAMPTONS MAGAZINE

"Rising design star Stewart Manger makes his literary debut with his first monograph illustrating his classic-meets-modern style. In Romancing the Home, Manger lets the reader in on how to seamlessly mix together Old World traditions and modern flair." —VERANDA

"In his first monograph, designer Stewart Manger takes readers on a tour of his at-once playful and refined point of view, one honed by stints working with leading New York interior designers." —ELLE DECOR

"No matter the location, every Manger project combines traditional inspiration with contemporary elegance...from a Park Avenue apartment, a historically restored house perched on the cliffs of Scotland, to a contemporary home overlooking Mallorca's Bay of Palma, and beyond. Dreamy." —SOCIETY TEXAS

Author Bookshelf: Jacqueline Terrebonne

Author Bookshelf: Bunny Williams