"The first collection of the designer's work, tours nine of her exquisite creations. Her interiors, which have a deep sense of history, are opulent, fresh, and timeless all at once." ~Elle Decor
“The book’s photographs are lavish and colorful, a testament to the depth of Getty’s work. But whatever you do, make sure to pay attention to the book’s text. Saeks’ writing is the perfect partner to Getty’s work...If you’re looking for a book that both inspires and informs, I urge you to take a look at this book. I think you’ll find that it’s a special addition to your library." ~Peak of chic
“For people passionate about fine interiors, the preservation of antiques, the highest level of craftsmanship and respect for architectural integrity, author Diane Saeks’ examination of Getty’s designs will prove an invaluable source." ~Boca Raton Observer
"Getty's expert eye, deep knowledge and personal collection of 18th century art and antiques are gloriously unveiled." ~San Francisco Chronicle
"...sumptuous tour of Getty's varied projects...even die-hard devotees of contemporary decor will find something to admire." ~1stdibs.com
"This beautiful coffee table book chronicles the work of the very talented Ann Getty, the designer and philanthropist married to Gordon Getty. It is a joy to turn the pages of this luscious book with photos of treasure-filled rooms." ~Quest Magazine
About the Author
Diane Dorrans Saeks is a noted design lecturer, founder of the design/travel/ style blog The Style Saloniste, and the best-selling author of twenty-one books.
With a focus on design, style, travel, interiors and architecture, Diane Dorrans Saeks has recently published 'Michael S. Smith Elements of Style', a best-seller, as well as "Palm Springs Living', 'Santa Barbara Living', 'Orlando Diaz-Azcuy', all for Rizzoli, and the best-selling Taschen books 'Seaside Interiors', 'California Interiors', and 'Country Interiors'. She also directed and styled photography for 'Paris Style' one of Taschen's all-time best-selling Icon books.
For Diane Dorrans Saeks, 'Ann Getty Interior Style' was a multi-year project. She directed photography with Lisa Romerein, and researched the Getty family art, antiques and textiles collections, with specialist curators and art historians.
'Ann Getty Interior Style' offers an inspiring and surprising insider view of private collections of rare antiques, exquisite paintings, and craftsmanship.