Our Must-Have Design Reads this Fall
From in-depth explorations to richly illustrated catalogues of style, here’s what you’ll find on our editors’ bookshelves this fall. Clockwise, from left.
Veranda: The Romance of Flowers by Clinton Smith
Encompassing everything from bold bouquets to simple arrangements, Veranda editor-in-chief (and former longtime editor of AH&L) Clinton Smith proves that florals make a statement during any season. Debuting in October, Smith’s colorful, gracious tome offers nearly 300 pages of inspiring floral designs created by seasoned floral artists and passionate homeowners alike.
American Master by Jeffrey Bilhuber
In his new tome, releasing October 2015, Jeffrey Bilhuber reflects on his most recent projects, highlighting 40 signature strategies that have contributed to the success of his illustrious 30-year design career.
Mrs. Howard, Room by Room by Phoebe Howard
Designer Phoebe Howard’s second book reveals the style maven’s tips and tricks for achieving her signature Southern style, one room at a time.
The Southern Rustic Cabin by Emily J. Followill
In her first book, Atlanta-based architecture, interiors and lifestyle photographer Emily Followill (whose work frequently graces the pages of AH&L) documents 13 Southeastern cabins—and ther owners. Highlighting the personality and backstory of each abode through crisp photography and written history, Followill showcases the nuances that make storied homes fit for modern living.
Parish-Hadley Tree of Life by Bunny Williams and Brian McCarthy
A collaboration between Bunny Williams and Brian McCarthy, this illustrious volume traces the history of Parish-Hadley Associates through the personal accounts of 30 renowned designers who had the distinction of working for the legendary design firm.
Oscar de la Renta: His Legendary World of Style by André Leon Talley
Close friend to Oscar de la Renta, Talley pays homage to the late designer in this glossy tome, which features nearly 70 of de la Renta’s designs and serves as companion to the exhibition of the same name at the SCAD Museum of Art.
Rooms for Living by Suzanne Rheinstein
Rheinstein shares her secrets to cultivating unique and harmonious style in any interior—from entrance hall to bedroom—through 250 color photographs of antiques, artwork, wallcoverings and more.
Modern Mix: Curating Personal Style with Chic & Accessible Finds by Eddie Ross
Design expert, editor and lifestyle authority Eddie Ross shares his time-tested tips and advice for achieving stylish and expressive interiors in his new book. Featuring 350 full-color photographs—including never-before-published images of Ross’s personal home—the richly illustrated design guide covers everything from navigating flea markets to infusing personality into a home.