INTERIOR DESIGN MASTER CLASS
EDITED BY CARL DELLATORE
A collection of 100 essays by the principles of the best interior design firms in America today - 100 variegated perspectives, each creating a discourse on the subject within the design discipline.
Rhonda Eleish and Edie Van Breems are proud to be one of the 100 contributing design firms featured in Interior Design Master Class.
RIZZOLI PUBLISHING, 2016
Poised to become the essential book on design, Interior Design Master Class collects the expertise and knowledge of the best interior designers working today. Opening Interior Design Master Class is like sitting down to the best dinner party you’ve ever attended. A classic in the making, the book features one hundred essays by America’s top designers—from established design legends to members of the new guard—that explore in detail the process of designing a home, from the fundamentals to the finishing touches. Grouped by theme, the subjects range from practical considerations (Bunny Williams on "Comfort," Etienne Coffinier and Ed Ku on "Floor Plans") and details (Victoria Hagan on "Light," Rose Tarlow on "Books") to inspiration (Jeffrey Bilhuber on "America" and Charlotte Moss on "Couture") and style (Kelly Wearstler on "Glamour," Thomas O’Brien on "Vintage Modern"). Each piece is paired with images of the designer’s work to illustrate the principles being discussed, annotated with informative captions.Unique in the quality of its contributors, this is a book that readers will refer to again and again for advice and inspiration, an invaluable resource for practical tips and thought-provoking design.
Reflections on Swedish Interiors
by Rhonda Eleish & Edie van Breems
Gibbs Smith Publishers, 2013
A well-designed Swedish room, whether an antique-filled country home or a contemporary industrial loft space, has a calm and feel-good quality that literally permeates the atmosphere. See how some of the most authentic advocates of Swedish design are using these ideas in their own homes, places of pure beauty and simplicity.
Included are projects by designers Eleish van Breems, 2Michaels, Liza Laserow, and Jonas Wickman with a look into the private homes of Barabara Paca and Philip Lloyd of Preservation Green, Mick Aarestrup and Paula Batali of Lief, Tara Shaw of Tara Shaw Inc., Jill Dienst of Dienst and Dotter, Ann Ljungberg and Rajesh Kumar of Just Scandinavian, international stylist Ingrid Leess, and designers Patricia Fischer of Patricia Fisher Interiors and Linda Kennedy of Meredith Baxter Home.
The fundamental concepts of Swedish design are in full play at each location featured and are important qualities to incorporate into a home-those of functionality, quality of materials, light, preservation, art, eclecticism, color, sense of place and a deep reverence for nature.
With Forwards by Brad Ford and Keith Granet.
Swedish Country Interiors
by Rhonda Eleish & Edie van Breems
Gibbs Smith Publishers, 2009
In Swedish Country Interiors Rhonda and Edie delve deeper into their love of Swedish country design, showcasing fifteen homes across America that have a wide spectrum of interpretations of Swedish country style. Readers will find numerous examples of Swedish country living that the homeowners have embraced and derived inspiration from, including wall decorations, functional furnishings, natural upholstery materials, light, and indoor-outdoor living.
Whether it's the tall, folk-painted Swedish case clocks, checked ginghams, natural wood flooring, or the allowance of an abundance of light into interior living spaces, Swedish country style draws people from all walks of life with its fresh, clean, comfortable, and well-designed look.
With forwards by Lisa Newsom and David Easton.
by Rhonda Eleish and Edie van Breems
Gibbs Smith Publishers, 2007
Swedish Interiors is the first book to share the history, progression, and key elements of Swedish style and how to use it in many different styles of homes. From the white- and blue-hued images of the familiar Gustavian style to the gold accents and luxurious patterns found in the Swedish Baroque, Rococo, and Biedermeier periods, the secret to Swedish design is in having the confidence to mix old and new while maintaining a clean and simple aesthetic. It emphasizes light, comfort and elegance and is found throughout the world, proving its wide appeal and the ease with which it blends with other design styles.
Fourteen houses across America, all inspired by Swedish style, are profiled showing that Swedish style is indeed very much at home in America today.
With forwards by Albert Hadley and Miguel Flores-Vianna.