Hans Blomquist In Detail

Hans Blomquist In Detail : Inspiring Ideas for Creative Interiors

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In Detail takes a closer look at the details behind international interiors stylist and art director Hans Blomquist's unique and idiosyncratic take on the world. In hundreds of ravishingly beautiful, inspiring pictures, he encourages the reader to see the world through his own eyes, revealing the possibilities in even the humblest of items and putting together pieces to create striking, painterly, and evocative rooms and displays. Chapter by chapter, Hans focuses on and discusses the key ingredients of his distinctive look: Nature, Texture, Color, Textiles, Collecting, and Display. He explains the creative process, offers up his own treasures, and puts inspiring ideas for beautiful interiors within every reader's reach.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 224 pages
  • 216 x 254 x 26.92mm | 1,097g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 200 x col photographs
  • 1849755515
  • 9781849755511
  • 59,395

About Hans Blomquist

Hans Blomquist is an art director and stylist who is highly sought after by many prestigious brands. Hans started out working for IKEA in Sweden and ended up art directing their catalogue. His clients include Harrods, Marks & Spencer, John Lewis, H&M, and IKEA. Hans lives in Paris and the French capital is a great source of inspiration for his work. He is also the author of The Natural Home (also published by Ryland Peters & Small).
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