- Hardcover: 288 pages
- Publisher: The Monacelli Press (October 15, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1580933610
- ISBN-13: 978-1580933612
- Product Dimensions: 9.4 x 1.2 x 12.3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 17 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,355,900 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Suzanne Tucker Interiors: The Romance of Design Hardcover – October 15, 2013
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"San Francisco designer Suzanne Tucker purveys a decidedly West Coast kind of glamour. Her rooms showcase deep colors and exotic accents, set against such natural materials as Montana stone and Douglas fir. (Those views of the surrounding Northern California landscape don't hurt.) The book's showstopper is a stunning estate in the hills of Montecito, left, modeled on an Italian villa and filled with Asian antiques." —Elle Decor
"San Francisco–based designer Suzanne Tucker takes us through her design process, using her timeless schemes to illustrate various projects—such as an apartment in a contemporary San Francisco high-rise and a Spanish-style hacienda near Monterey Bay. Readers also get to peek inside her Marin County, California, home, which she calls her 'decorating laboratory." —Architectural Digest
"As passionate about design as she is about the clients who inhabit her beautiful spaces, decorator Suzanne Tucker takes a lovely overview of the sometimes grand but always cozy rooms she brings to life. With an eye for layering art and antiques, she has an assured style that's versatile yet distinctive." —Traditional Homes
"Suzanne Tucker wrote the book on aspirational romantic residences—literally. The renowned interior designer’s latest coffee-table tome, Suzanne Tucker Interiors: The Romance of Design, is a compilation of her 25 years’ work creating elegant and refined yet warm and personal retreats for her firm’s clients. In each chapter, Tucker deconstructs the elements that make the featured room special, including the specific materials used to achieve the effect, such as bleached Douglas fir ceilings and an antique Swedish pine clock." —Romantic Homes
"Tucker's signature style is discernable in every space presented in this volume."—Milieu Magazine
"Suzanne Tucker, a perennial on the AD100 Top Designers list, shows opulent Napa Valley estates, glamorous penthouses on the San Francisco Bay, and art-filled apartments in her new book."—The Editor at Large
"Suzanne Tucker Interiors . . . is truly inspiring. Suzanne offers readers a view into her design process and intimate glimpses into her clients’ luxurious homes." —SimplifiedBee
"[Tucker's] new book gives us a glimpse into some of the most exquisite residences in the country, from an art-filled contemporary townhome to a massive mountain lodge, from a Normandy-style country estate to Tucker’s own home." —Hadley Court
About the Author
Suzanne Tucker is one of the country’s leading interior designers, known for her timeless style and elegant interiors. Her projects are frequently published in magazines worldwide and Architectural Digest has honored her repeatedly on the AD100 list of top designers. In 1986 she and her husband and partner, Timothy F. Marks, founded Tucker & Marks. Suzanne Tucker Home was launched in 2009 with her textile, tabletop, and home furnishings line.
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This new book encapsulates Suzanne's warm personality and her joy in working with her clients. She is able to work with her clients preferences even when they are not in obvious agreement with the style of the house: "Things don't need to match, but they definitely need to marry," she says. "The key is finding a common thread that stiches the dissimilar together."
The book showcases Suzanne's many stellar projects with beautiful pictures, including tight shots that highlights the attention to details.
A great addition to everyone's design library.