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In her tenth design book, acclaimed designer and award-winning author BETTY LOU PHILLIPS authoritatively translates fervent beliefs that have long defined the French art de vivre, while artfully sculpting satisfying rooms that that owe more than a little to French influences.
And unlike other design books, FRENCH IMPRESSIONS, offers insight into the manners and mores of the Parisians themselves FRENCH IMPRESSIONS, which is already in it's second printing, showcases the true essence of French culture and style. Photographed by Piassick Photography, Betty Lou shares the classical splendor of French artistry, attitude, style and far more in the 225 sumptuous color photographs aptly featuring her own work.
About the Author
A respected member of the American Society of Interior Designers, BETTY LOU PHILLIPS has appeared on the Christopher Lowell Show and The Oprah Winfrey Show, and her work has been featured in hundreds of newspapers and popular magazines, including Veranda, Southern Accents, Traditional Home, and Decorating. Her first foray into children's books, Emily Goes Wild, won the Texas Institute of Letters prestigious "Friend of the Austin Public Library Award For Best Children's Book." Phillips lives in Dallas, Texas. Her three sons all married interior designers.(Design Guide Blog 2010-11-04)
Celebrating America's long admiration for French style, acclaimed interior designer and award-winning author Betty Lou Phillips authoritatively translates her extensive understanding of global glamour for savvy tastes. In this her tenth book she presents spirit-lifting takes on classic style from a modern point of view. Mingling elegance with ease, in a style relaxed yet refined, Phillips sumptuously layers texture and color with pleasing, unexpected detail as she creates twenty-first-century comfort with lasting French flair. The dazzling beauty of two hundred images illustrate the fabled French ways of melding the past with the present while offering a glimpse of lives that are justly inspiring.
Betty Lou Phillips is the author of award-winning Villa Décor, plus Inspirations from France & Italy. Her tenth book, French Impressions, joins The French Room, The French Connection, Secrets of French Design, Unmistakably French, French Influences, French by Design and Provencal Interiors: French Country Style in America. A professional member of the American Society of Interior Designers with projects from New York to California, her work has been featured in Veranda, Traditional Home, Southern Accents and countless other magazines. Additionally, she has appeared on the Christopher Lowell Show and the Oprah Winfrey Show. She lives in Dallas, Texas.
Jacket photographs © 2010 by Dan Piassick.
I am not an interior designer. I did not find the book helpful. I am a customer who is not wealthy, but looking for assistance in how to add a touch of French décor to my... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Merle
super fast shipment, great book in series by this author......her take on French decorating is fabulousPublished 12 months ago by Sharon
Lots of good pictures and it is a pretty book for the coffee table.Published 17 months ago by donald d brynildsen
one thing I notice when viewing this fine collection, is organization. the softness of the French blue color. relaxes the mind and soul. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Kindle Customer
Wonderful book. the photos are beautiful. As all of this authors books are, the narrative is intersting, informative, and evocative.Published 23 months ago by Liz
I do enjoy looking through this book. I like to feel inspired when looking at beautiful pictures. Want to purchase another Betty Lou Phillps book.Published on August 15, 2013 by Lis
I loved this book. It is beautifully illustrated and filled with insights into French life and attitude. A lovely read as well as a treat for the eyes. A treasure!Published on April 23, 2013 by Cathleen A. Hoffman