Dimensions:10.27in x 8.26 x 1.01 in | 2.61 lb
Page Count:272 pages
Illustrations:100-150 4C PHOTOS
MAJOR PLATFORM AND REACH: Launched in 2013, Rebecca Atwood Designs is recognized for its high-end design and quality. Since her first book, Living with Pattern, Rebecca and her brand have grown hugely popular with triple the Instagram followers (85K), and have been covered in the New York Times, Elle Décor, Vogue, InStyle, The Wall Street Journal, House Beautiful, Design*Sponge, Remodelista, Domino, and more. Her product line has expanded to include bedding and she has collaborated with the trendy lounge and sleepwear brand, Lake Pajamas. Her designs and products have previously been carried at chic, independent boutiques and larger stores such as Anthropologie and Bergdorf Goodman, and now exclusively at Atwood’s very own, newly opened NYC store, Rebecca Atwood Designs.
HOME DESIGN HOW-TO: Atwood gives great tips and clear guidance on how to relate to and find your own personal color palette, making Living with Color not only a design book but also a lasting, fun personal journey. On trend with self-help and mindfulness, this beautiful design guide asks readers to unplug, dust-off their cameras, break out a sketch pad, or grab a box of crayons. Readers will be inspired to get in touch with their creative side as they follow Atwood’s advice to capture things in nature, everyday life, and curated spaces (think art galleries) that speak to them.
A COVETABLE OBJECT: A book about creating a beautiful home has to be beautiful itself. This eye-popping dyed text block adds its own color accent to any room, and the stylish photography draws readers in with the lush, cozy appeal of beautifully designed homes. At 8 x 10, this unjacketed hardcover will not only look great on display but is also the must-have interiors book for both perusing and using.
“More than just a style guide, Atwood’s book takes the conversation around color in refreshingly unexpected directions.”—Business of Home
“Atwood teaches readers how to break their relationship with beige and create a color palette that not only resonates with their aesthetic, but also makes them happy.”—Martha Stewart online
“Atwood pulls back the curtain on the profession in the best of ways, showing readers how to find beauty in the simple craftsmanship of the ordinary, and how to channel those findings into proper interiors.”—Architectural Digest
“Atwood shows how to notice color in the world, and to be inspired by it.”—Publishers Weekly