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Award-winning designer and best-selling author, Betty Lou Phillips is a professional member of the American Society of Interior Designers. With projects from New York to California, her work has been featured in countless magazines, as well as in her numerous home design books on French and Italian style. Interiors by Design--her 13th design book-is the ultimate guide to home décor. Additionally, she has appeared on the Christopher Lowell Show and the Oprah Winfrey Show. She lives in Dallas, Texas.
Betty Lou Phillips is the author of Emily Goes Wild!, an illustrated children's book, and co-author of The Night Before Christmas in Paris. Later this year Gibbs Smith Publisher will release her Night Before Christmas in New York and Night Before Christmas in Texas.
This is another wonderful book, great pics. full of inspiration... Her books are wonderful.. A must have for your collectionPublished 6 months ago by Denailgirl
VERY NICE COFFEE TABLE BOOK-I ORDERED THIS FOR A CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR SOMEONE AND DECIDED TO KEEP IT. JUST BEAUTIFUL!.Published 7 months ago by JENNA KING
I like Betty Lou Phillips books on European decorating. I added it to my collection of French decorating! Read morePublished 11 months ago by Laurent StJean
Beautiful book. This was a gift for a designer friend and he absolutely loved it. I had been tempted to keep it and may have to buy another copy for myself.Published 20 months ago by Joyce
I collect all of Betty Lou Phillips' Interior Design books, she is extremely talented with color, elegance, flair... She brings it all to her clients and to us... Read morePublished on December 14, 2009 by E. O'Donnell
Drab and dated McMansions. Just look at that cover! At times, downright hokey. I didn't know France and Italy were so boring. This is not a good reference book. Read morePublished on February 8, 2009 by Tim
I love Betty Lou Phillips' books...I have every one...but this one is just okay. Normally she has some of the most clever "out of the box" styling ideas I have ever seen, but that... Read morePublished on February 19, 2008 by Shannon Myers