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Prints Charming by Madcap Cottage: Create Absolutely Beautiful Interiors with Prints & Patterns
Layers of pattern bring serious style to any interior—and the pages of every shelter magazine currently feature this well-loved look. This bright, lively interior design book is like no other: it shows readers how to choose and use pattern (whether on upholstered furniture, walls, and floors, or in curtains, rugs, and accessories) to create gorgeous room designs. It also teaches readers how to layer pattern for fresh, exciting, personalized spaces. The book is delightfully illustrated with inspiring images of design elements and finished rooms—and each chapter is packed with lively DIY projects, plus Dos and Don’ts, Try This, and more.
“For a home that’s warm, personal, and above all HAPPY, follow the lead of the Madcap gents: ‘Expressive not expensive’ decor ideas come to life through their joyful designs—it’s hard to put this book down without crafting a plan and cracking a smile.”(Sophie Donelson, Editor in Chief, House Beautiful)
“A good reminder that one should have fun with decorating . . . Prints Charming is a must for every design library.”(Susan Feldman, Cofounder, One Kings Lane)
“With a reverent eye firmly upon the works of legendary traditional designers, the Madcap Cottage gents’ vision for mixing pattern, color, far-flung treasures, and classic furniture forms is remarkably approachable and written with their inimitable wit.”(Jill Waage, Editor in Chief, Traditional Home)
“John and Jason have crafted a must-have bible of prints, patterns, and personality to help everyone learn how to customize their own unique environment.”(Mindy Grossman, CEO and Director, HSN, Inc.)
“A wonderful book celebrating print, texture, and beauty.”(Christian Siriano, CFDA Designer)
About the Author
Designing duo John Loecke and Jason Oliver Nixon own Madcap Cottage, an interior design business and product development firm in High Point, North Carolina, with additional locations in New York; Naples, Florida; and London (and online shops at One Kings Lane and 1st Dibs). Their work has been featured in InStyle, Better Homes and Gardens, Country Living, Family Circle, Domino, People, Time, House Beautiful, the New York Times, O at Home, and the Wall Street Journal—and internationally, in such publications as House & Garden UK, Architectural Digest Russia, Architectural Digest Germany, World of Interiors, and more.