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Angèle Parlange has won renown as a designer for her irreverent reinterpretations of classic design themes. Her signature collections of fabrics, clothing, home accessories, and furniture are rooted in history, dating from the eighteenth century to the present, and updated with a theatrical contemporary edge. Having owned a successful New Orleans retail store for five years, she now consults with corporate and individual clients on lifestyle and design. She divides her time between her (gorgeously decorated) homes in New Orleans and Long Island, New York.
This is a truly spectacular book!!! Having lived in the South all my life, I can fully appreciate all that Ms. Parlance writes! An excellent title as well! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jill Ortego
Outdated! It was falsely recommended and truly disappointing. I usually love these types of books. I think they are trying to dispose of there inventory.Published 18 months ago by Suzette Kolitch
Takes me on trips to New Orleans each time I see it on the table in my office. Read it.Published 22 months ago by Janet23
Great for a coffee table book or even a hostess gift.
It is inspiring. Neat ideas. I'm ordering another for my Mom.
Thought it would be more on buying and decorating with thrift store finds and what to look for. Instead it was history of Creole and a family who furnished this house over the... Read morePublished on July 23, 2013 by Jane Teems
I gave this to my dad for Father's Day and he can't stop raving about it. He was a Sigma Chi with her relatives and has really loved reading all her stories. Read morePublished on July 14, 2013 by Gale Colvin
I absolutely love this book! It is not at all what I expected. I expected to get instruction on a Creole look for a bargain, which I did. But then I received so much more with Ms. Read morePublished on June 26, 2013 by Lorraine Johnson
This a small literary gem that perfectly conveys the pistache of color,fun,culture and heritage in a book that is a must for the den coffee table,guest suite or the elegant... Read morePublished on May 30, 2011 by daspit