“What is ‘good’ taste?”
“Can ‘good’ taste be bought?”
The answers to these common questions—and more—are found in this book, written for people who want to expand, learn, know, experience, and appreciate a higher level of aesthetics for their personal residential interior environment.
Since childhood, author George W. Moore IV has been sensitive to the power of beauty and the effects and fulfillment thereof. His has been an educational and spiritual journey to explore and experience the root sources, manifestations, and fulfillment of beauty, especially in the area of interior design. Now he puts his experience to work for you, sharing his insights on how to make the best design decisions for your needs and budget.
If you are looking for an insider’s guide to interior design and good taste, this handbook can help. Rather than quick fixes, top ten lists, or one-size-fits-all generic solutions, The Layperson’s Beginning Bible of Interior Design offers readers a humorous, educational, and philosophical guide to residential interior design.
It seeks to help people who know nothing of the subject, those who think they have all the answers, and those who simply want to expand their knowledge, perceptions, and appreciation of their interior environment aesthetics.
"the root sources, manifestations, and fulfillment of beauty, especially in the area of interior design"
"you provide education, observations,and thoughts that no residental designer has ever communicated before"
Sharran Parkinson, PhD
Virginia Comonwealth University
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