This is the book the interior design world has been waiting for! Since 1929 Scalamandre has been weaving its own exquisite silks, wools, linens and cottons as well as laboriously hand making elaborate and ornate passementerie (trims, cordings, tiebacks and fringes) for some of the finest interiors in the country. Scalamandre has also had the unique role of being the major manufacturer of historical fabrics in the United States, and over the years has woven historically accurate textiles for restorations ranging from the Red Room of the White House to William Morris' home Kelmscott in England. At last, the story of this leading design and manufacturing house is told, and is introduced by personal reminiscences by Adriana Scalamandre (no accent on her name) Bitter, chairman of the board. Visiting high-end homes across the country, designed by a fifteen different professionals, we see the lush, colorful furnishings, draperies, wall coverings and decorative moods that Scalamandre textiles produce. Ranging from Traditional, English Regency Contemporary, Neoclassical and Aesthetic and Cottage styles to Bungalow, Country French and Louis XV elegance, these rooms are rich with color and personality, always touting refinement and elegance. Designers include: Michael Simon, Joan Kruse Rogers, Cass Daley, Melinda Gray, Kent Kiesey, John Rolland, Nancy Serafini, Meredith Moriarti, Carol Knott, Betsy Best, Robert Bitter, and JZ Knight. Three historic homes are featured as well. Brian D. Coleman, M.D., is a practicing psychiatrist in Seattle, Washington. Brian is a graduate of Stanford University and Chicago Medical School. Also an old house enthusiast, Brian has grown his love for historic restoration into an active second career. He is the author of Classic Cottages (see page 00) and has published two books about his home ("Vintage Victorian Textiles", 2001, Schiffer Publishing; "The Victorian Dining Room", 2002, Schiffer Publishing). Brian divides his time between New York, where he maintains an apartment, and Seattle where he lives in a unique Victorian. Dan Mayers is a New York-based photographer whose work appears regularly in Country Decorating magazine's Cottage Style, Country Collectibles and Country Victorian as well as Old House Interiors. His work has been included in such books as the Ultimate Kitchen and has been exhibited both nationally and internationally.
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Contents Foreword by Adriana Scalamandre Bitter Preface by Robert Bitter The Scalamandre Story Scalamandre Homes Michael Simon Louis XV Elegance: Philadelphia: The Elegance of Versailles: Fifth Avenue, New York Sweet and Light Gustavian Aerie: the Midwest Joan Kruse Rogers Country French Serenity in a Norman Revival Addition: Seattle Cass Daley An Aesthetic Interior for Antiques Collectors: Westchester County Country Cottage Colorful: Colorado Melinda Gray Vibrant Craftsman Bungalow: Seattle Kent Kiesey English Regency Contemporary: Chicago Chinoiserie Red and White Toile: Chicago Neo-Classical Study in Gold: Chicago Nineteenth Century Winter Reading Room: Chicago John Rolland Classic Continental Elegance: Rittenhouse Square Nancy Serafini Brahmin Traditional: Boston's Back Bay Meredith Moriarty Georgian Classicism: Chicago Carol Knott Neoclassical Retreat: A Library in North Chicago Whimsical Wonderland in a Little Girl's Room A Warm Traditional Parlor: North Chicago Betsy Best Redbrick Regency: Tampa JZ Knight Sophisticated French Country: Rural Washington State David Parker and Mimi Findlay An Aesthetic Movement Parlor: Manhattan Richard and Linda Delier Elegant Country Retirement: Dry Creek Farm, Pennsylvania Robert Bitter Country Retreat: Westchester County, New York Melinda Sullivan and Robert Kevin Cassidy Colonial Revival: Hartford, Connecticut Historic Homes: Prestwould: Southern Neoclassic The Chick Austin House: A Post-Modern Villa, Hartford, Connecticut William Morris in Western Wisconsin: Villa Louis The Details Glossary of Decorating TermsFrom the Back Cover:
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