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Explaining how to use color to transform one's home decor, a popular designer presents color makeovers of nine home environments, from a young couple's starter home to retirees downsizing from a house to an apartment, offering practical suggestions on how to find a style and color scheme to suit one's individual personality.
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Susan Sargent’s The Comfort of Color presents dramatic color makeovers of nine diverse home environments, from a young couple’s starter home to downsizing retirees’ apartment. Author Susan Sargent is known for brightly colored, quality home furnishings and accessories found in her stores in Vermont and on Boston’s Newbury Street, as well as in numerous retail outlets.
In this new book, Sargent emphasizes finding a style and color scheme that suits and reflects the homeowner’s personality. The hands-on presentation of each makeover is inspirational, whether a complete renovation or a minor revamp. Sargent demonstrates how color can transform the atmosphere of a home while complementing the owner’s family heirlooms, antiques, and personal collections. She also discusses how color can influence people’s emotions. Sidebars include tips on how to resist formulaic approaches, chromophobia versus chromophilia, and the power of different colors. Susan Sargent’s sophisticated style, full of pattern and bright hues, will bring great warmth and personality to every reader’s home.About the Author:
Susan Sargent is an artisan and color advocate who has been featured in the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Country Living, Better Homes & Gardens, and other major publications. She divides her time between her Vermont design studio and her home furnishings stores, and creates collections of textiles, furniture, and accessories. Susan also runs Bright House Color Workshops for people who want to expand their color eye and skills. She recently opened her flagship store on Boston's Newbury Street.
The beautiful photographs are by photographer Eric Roth, whose work has been featured in Elle Decor and Inspirational Home.
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