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But Luddites, fret not: The act of poring over glossy magazines and art books is far from obsolete. Here, six essential coffee-table books that every interior design enthusiast should own.

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For a decade, Redd had been the creative director of Oscar de la Renta Home.


6 Essential Decor Books Every Stylish Home Should Have

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The BIID Interior Design Job Book

Suitable for all interior designers whether working alone or as part of a design team, and on projects of all sizes it provides guidance for every stage of a job, from appraisal of the client s requirements through to practical completion and payment. Set out as a step-by-step process which dovetails with the standard procedures used by architects and contractors, it is full of practical advice and includes model letters and specimen forms which can be quickly adapted to any job in question. It also contains guidance to the legal background, a clause-by-clause explanation of the standard form of client contract, as well as an introduction to space planning. Fully endorsed by the British Institute of Interior Design, the Job Book will bring a professional rigour to the way projects run and is vital for achieving a professional edge in a competitive field. He currently advises the Council of the ACA on legal and practice matters.


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