“Lisa Borgnes Giramonti had families from books in mind when researching Novel Interiors: Living in Enchanted Rooms Inspired by Literature
. Scouting homes in Southern California, Manhattan and New Jersey, she found details evoking British moors and New England cottages.” –The New York Times
“Conversational, illuminating and full of practical tips for discovering your own design style, Lisa Borgnes Giramonti’s easy-to-digest book matches rooms from the likes of decorator Schuyler Samperton with richly detailed descriptions of interiors found in more than 60 novels, from Jane Austen’s Emma
to Dodie Smith’s “I Capture the Castle.” –The Wall Street Journal
"When it comes to gathering inspiration for a decorating project, there are tried-and-true techniques: culling fabric swatches, tearing pages from magazines, trolling Pinterest, and earmarking furniture catalogues. And there are the more unconventional methods, such as sifting through over 60 classic novels and finding modern homes that match the aesthetic described-down to the last chintz flower." -Architectural Digest
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“If you’ve ever wanted to live inside the pages of a novel—sip tea in Mr. Darcy’s parlor or jitterbug in Jay Gatsby’s ballroom—then you need to meet Lisa Borgnes Giramonti.” –Brick Underground
“A celebration of her avid reading and her equally avid approach to décor and design and creating a home and a place to dwell…A delightful book to dive into for inspiration.” –The Style Saloniste
"Design loving bookworms, rejoice: Your perfect coffee table companion is here." -Lonny Magazine
"Borgnes Giramonti offers guidelines to help book lovers mix contemporary tastes with literary style. Mining the details written by literary greats offers up ways to bring those small touches to your home. -Las Vegas Review-Journal
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
LISA BORGNES GIRAMONTI is a contributing editor to Hyland magazine, an essayist for Martha Stewart Living magazine, and had her own column in W magazine as a style arbiter. In 2008 she founded the blog A Bloomsbury Life, which C Magazine calls "deliciously eccentric." She and her blog have been featured in the LA Times, House Beautiful, ELLE Decor, San Francisco magazine, as a tastemaker on One King's Lane, and more.