Dominique Browning

Critic; Writer; Editor / Interior Design / United States /

Books Every Interior Designer Should Read

Good decorators must constantly feed their heads. They never stop hitting the refresh button. It doesn’t matter whether they’re looking for inspiration or sources, or looking with admiration or disgust. The point is they never stop looking. For that reason, there isn’t a bad design book out there, because every picture has something to teach the discerning eye . . . View the complete text
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David Hicks

I happen to love all of Hicks’s books: On Decoration, On Living with Taste, and On Bathrooms. But the fabric book, written in 1971, pushes the envelope—as he did with his bold, idiosyncratic decorating style—and remains a useful eye-opener today.

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