Random House Desktop Decor
Collectors and enthusiasts will appreciate this curated overview of some of the most influential pieces of modern industrial design from 1900 to date. Within these pages are 100 meticulously selected and beautifully photographed objects from the Kravis Design Center including electronic appliances, radios, chairs, posters, and more. Introduction by Penny Sparke. Foreword by George R. Kravis II. Published by Skira Rizzoli. (March 29, 2016.) Hardcover with jacket. 176 pages. 10.50" length x 1.00" width x 10.25" height (approximately). ISBN: 9780847848324.
Featuring over 400 full-color photographs, Vogue Living: Country, City, Coast presents a stunning collection of 36 high-society houses and gardens. These lovely homes have appeared in the pages of Vogue over the last decade and will inspire designers and architects alike. Edited by Hamish Bowles and Chloe Malle. Published by Knopf. (October 24, 2017.) Hardcover with jacket. 448 pages. 437 full-color illustrations. 9.8" length x 1.7" width x 12.8" height (approximately). ISBN: 9781524732059.
This book is a groundbreaking guide that explores the history of Champagne, the wine-growing region that has undergone a dramatic transformation over the years. Packaged in a luxurious box with a pullout tray, this wonderful resource features a complete set of seven vintage vineyard maps by Louis Larmat. By Peter Liem. Published by Ten Speed Press; Box Har/Ma edition. (October 10, 2017.) Hardcover. 328 pages. 8.4" length x 2.5" width x 10.7" height (approximately). ISBN: 9781607748427.
Presented by Diane Keaton, The House That Pinterest Built serves as a guide for those on a quest to create their own home. After crafting her abode from the ground up and launching the project through Pinterest boards, the celebrated actress decided to gather her thoughts into this personalized text with the hope of offering advice and inspiration to others with the same goal. Exploring all aspects of design and décor from staircase layouts to whimsical trinkets, this comprehensive volume is a go-to reference for those seeking to ignite their creative process, from start to finish. By Diane Keaton. Photography by Lisa Romerein. Published by Rizzoli. (October 10, 2017.) Hardcover with jacket. 272 pages. 10.50" length x 1.25" width x 12.50" height (approximately). ISBN: 9780847860005.
German-Australian photographer Helmut Newton is well-known for capturing both the attractiveness of his subjects as well as their imperfections. First published in 1985, this fascinating text presents a collection of his often erotic, always brilliant portraits in both color and duotone. By Helmut Newton. Introduction by Carol Squiers. Published by Schirmer Mosel. (June 1, 2004.) Hardcover with jacket. 248 pages. 191 plates in color and duotone. 9.2" length x 1.0" width x 11.8" height (approximately). ISBN: 9783829601313.
Successful author, businesswoman, and former fashion designer Carolyne Roehm has established herself as a lifestyle connoisseur, showcasing her talents through many mediums, including the creation of spectacular gardens. This volume explores the American tastemaker's historic Connecticut home featuring rose gardens, greenhouses, outdoor living rooms, and an array of vibrant blooms. Styled with vivid, full-length photographs and insightful words by Roehm herself, At Home In The Garden leaves readers inspired to create a lush oasis of their own. By Carolyne Roehm. Photography by Carolyne Roehm. Contributions by Marc Kristal. Published by Potter Style. (October 27, 2015.) Hardcover with jacket. 304 pages. 11.50" length x 1.50" width x 14.25" height (approximately). ISBN: 9781101903575.