...an open book

Dubbed the “first lady” of American interior design, Elsie de Wolfe was known for her exquisite designs for the homes of the wealthy and socially prominent, in an age of decorum above all else. Yet, she was a firm believer that her vision of comfortably elegant living could be accessible for everyone. This enduring book, originally published in 1913, shares her guidance on how to design, furnish, and decorate a home, transforming it into a functional, beautiful, and inviting space. A pocketbook and foundation for any interior design student or home devotee. 336 pages. 9”l x 6”w

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