- A must-have for fans of Carleton Varney and Dorothy Draper
- Insider views of the world's most famous resorts: the Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia and the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island, Michigan
- Perfect compendium to HSN's television show, Live Vividly
- As practical as it is beautiful, this book contains decorating advice from one of Architectural Digest's "Deans of Design."
Carleton Varney is "Mr. Color," known for his inventive use of unexpected color combinations and for creating bright, happy interiors. His projects have ranged from some of the world's most famous resorts, such as the Greenbrier in West Virginia, and the Grand Hotel in Michigan, to the White House, as well as residences from Europe to the South Pacific.
As a young man, he trained under the tutelage of legendary designer Dorothy Draper. Now as the head of the venerable Dorothy Draper and Company, Inc., Varney continues the tradition of grand scale and bold contrasts in fabrics, wall coverings, and furniture designs, and yet he gives every room his signature style. For the first time, he offers an "on the set" tour of his popular HSN television show, Live Vividly.
"Living with color changes your life," says Varney, and in Mr. Color, more than three hundred dazzling photographs by Michel Arnaud show you how.