Two Book Reviews -- Two Very Different Styles

Last year produced an avalanche of amazing interior drool-worthy books.  It was hard to keep up with the pace of writing reviews vs. new books hitting the market! Today I am featuring two books published last year that showcase amazing designers with very different aesthetics. I am a fan of both of these designers and after seeing some of these pictures, I hope you will appreciate the insane talent each designer exhibits. Enjoy!


Make it Fabulous

William T. Georgis

Make it Fabulous features the uber-complex and diverse work of architect and designer, William T. Georgis. Last fall, Interior Canvas had the pleasure of interviewing William about his work and "behind the scenes" stories from a few of his projects. To read that article, click here.  Make it Fabulous showcases several extremely custom created spaces that William has designed for clients. Catering to an elite clientelle with tastes that push the envelope, William superbly blends visual complexity with artistic brilliance, leaving you in awe of his fascinating fabrications. Take a look at some of his work featured in this 244 page book:

(All Photography by T.Whitney Cox)


Make it Fabulous  is a an excellent addition to your coffee table. For more information click here, or find at your local bookstore.


Timeless Style

Suzanne Kasler

Atlanta-based Suzanne Kasler has always been a favorite of mine. Her interior canvases display a talented mix of Southern sophistication and elegant refinement.  And her latest book, Timeless Style, does nothing to disappoint. In addition to featuring several jaw-dropping projects from a Tennessee farmhouse to a Florida beach house, Timeless Style  also gives design tips to the reader (woo hoo!) and inspiring words of advice.  Check out some examples of Suzanne's work featured in her beautiful 304 page book:

(Photography by Beall + Thomas)

(Photographed by Simon Upton)

(Photographed by Miguel Flores-Vianna)

(Photograph by Simon Upton)

(Photograph by Simon Upton)


Timeless Style is one book not to be overlooked! Buy it here or find at your local bookstore.


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