About Decorating: The Remarkable Rooms of Richard Keith Langham

Richard Keith Langham (Author) Sara Ruffin Costello (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$60.00
Publisher
Rizzoli International Publications
Publish Date
September 26, 2017
Pages
256
Dimensions
9.5 X 1.1 X 12.4 inches | 4.3 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780847860302
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About the Author

Richard Keith Langham, a native of Alabama, has had a successful career in interior design since he opened his New York office in 1990. His work has been featured in Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, Vogue, Veranda, and House Beautiful, among many other publications. He has been named to the AD100. Sara Ruffin Costello is a New Orleans-based writer and the former creative director of Domino magazine.

Reviews

..".the 256-page tome--written with New Orleans-based writer Sara Ruffin Costello--showcases this AD 100 designer's classic, yet undeniably Southern approach in which inviting comfort meets moments of irreverence and stimulating color. Like the lush, impeccable homes of his clients (Jackie O. and Hilary Swank), the tome is, in a word, remarkable."
--Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles

"Part biography, part celebration of Langham's lavish work."
--The Society Diaries

"A stylish southerner and connoisseur of antinuqes, he is known for designing rooms that are elegant and refined"
--Schumacher

"About Decorating: The Remarkable Rooms of Richard Keith Langham features a selection of city and country projects--waterside estates on Maryland's Eastern Shore and Florida's Jupiter Island, gracious country houses in Pennsylvania and Connecticut, a grand townhouse in New Orleans, and city residences in New York, Washington, D.C., and Memphis"
--The Glam Pad

"On My Bookshelf: Fall Must-Haves"
--La Dolce Vita Blog

" 'About Decorating; the Remarkable Rooms of Richard Keith Langham' by Sarah Ruffin Costello talks the same language but from a different sensibility or, as Joe Alsop once wrote, phenomenal."
--New York Social Diary