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Prints Charming by Madcap Cottage: Create Absolutely Beautiful Interiors with Prints & Patterns Hardcover – October 17, 2017
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Wow, I am so glad I have this book. While much of it is for gorgeous, expensive homes. The colors and refreshing ideas are a perfect inspiration for my little farmhouse. Bravo.
I’m an artist and designer, not an *interior designer*, have you, but I spend a lot of my time in the world of visual aesthetics. I am not a ‘traditionalist’ or ‘minimalist’ by any means. I like prints, I like bold color, and I even like combining prints, but I think you have to do it judiciously.
Honestly, I found most of these designs disturbing. The rooms look like someone had fun putting lots of bold patterns & colors together, but they didn’t really consider that an actual live person would live in them. Only about 20% of these rooms are liveable. I think the others would give their inhabitants high blood pressure. I’m not kidding. There really is a visual dissonance going on here that upsets one’s peace of mind.
I would only suggest this book to someone who’s an absolute *maximalist*....someone who is crazy about “more is more,” and then some.