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Tuscan Elements (Decor Best-Sellers) (udgave 2002)

af Alexandra Black (Forfatter), Simon McBride (Fotograf)

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The Tuscan house, whether a simple homestead or expansive villa, has become one of the most sought-after living environments. Its design is virtually unchanged since the Middle Ages, when landowners in the golden hills of Tuscany built country retreats with gardens, porticoes, and loggias. The landowners often drew upon the natural resources of the region—and it is these materials that give the Tuscan house its unique character. Tuscan Elementsbrings to life the colors, textures, and aesthetics of the Tuscan house—the magnificent stone and marble work; the hardwoods like chestnut, oak, and elm; earthy terra-cotta and brick; and the all-important water feature, used in ponds, fountains, and pools. This unique, visual sourcebook deconstructs the typical Tuscan home and examines its basic components in dazzling detail, from the tiled roof and floor, thick stone exterior walls, and vine-covered loggia to the exposed wooden beams, luminous frescoes, and the sunny courtyard garden with an ancient well or exquisite swimming pool. Filled with extraordinary photos by world-famous interiors photographer Simon McBride,Tuscan Elementsemphasizes living life well with a home that nurtures and comforts, accentuates the importance of family and friends, and entertains with good food and drink. For anyone interested in infusing their present home and garden with a little bit of Tuscany, here is a delightful source of never-ending inspiration. • Focuses on the key elements that make the Tuscan lifestyle so appealing: natural materials; warm, earthy colors; and an indoor-outdoor connection • Features outstanding photography by renowned interiors photographer Simon McBride… (mere)
Medlem:TembusuCollege
Titel:Tuscan Elements (Decor Best-Sellers)
Forfattere:Alexandra Black (Forfatter)
Andre forfattere:Simon McBride (Fotograf)
Info:Watson-Guptill (2002), 216 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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The Tuscan house, whether a simple homestead or expansive villa, has become one of the most sought-after living environments. Its design is virtually unchanged since the Middle Ages, when landowners in the golden hills of Tuscany built country retreats with gardens, porticoes, and loggias. The landowners often drew upon the natural resources of the region—and it is these materials that give the Tuscan house its unique character. Tuscan Elementsbrings to life the colors, textures, and aesthetics of the Tuscan house—the magnificent stone and marble work; the hardwoods like chestnut, oak, and elm; earthy terra-cotta and brick; and the all-important water feature, used in ponds, fountains, and pools. This unique, visual sourcebook deconstructs the typical Tuscan home and examines its basic components in dazzling detail, from the tiled roof and floor, thick stone exterior walls, and vine-covered loggia to the exposed wooden beams, luminous frescoes, and the sunny courtyard garden with an ancient well or exquisite swimming pool. Filled with extraordinary photos by world-famous interiors photographer Simon McBride,Tuscan Elementsemphasizes living life well with a home that nurtures and comforts, accentuates the importance of family and friends, and entertains with good food and drink. For anyone interested in infusing their present home and garden with a little bit of Tuscany, here is a delightful source of never-ending inspiration. • Focuses on the key elements that make the Tuscan lifestyle so appealing: natural materials; warm, earthy colors; and an indoor-outdoor connection • Features outstanding photography by renowned interiors photographer Simon McBride

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