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In Black and White (and a Bit in Among), acclaimed internal fashion designer Celerie Kemble trades in her signature shiny palette for this iconic aesthetic, highlighting the black and white paintings of layout stars and friends, together with Bunny Williams, Thomas O’Brien, Mary McDonald, Victoria Hagan, Mark Hampton, Delphine Krakoff, Brad Ford, Philip Gorrivan, Provider and Co., and Miles Redd, and inviting you into greater than 100 areas in each possible aesthetic. Woven all over are her witty observations and knowledgeable recommendation on opting for the most productive paints and finishes, including styles and equipment, development a whole room scheme in line with idea present in nature, amassing black and white gadgets, or even opting for the very best accessory colours.
With greater than 350 beautiful colour images, it is a vividly photographed party of a undying scheme, infused with inspirational guidelines, glimpses into showstopping properties, and evidence that a restricted palette is the rest however.